these words will remain

Jazz Money

Date and Time

  • Fremantle Traffic Bridge, Fremantle
  • 5 - 21 Nov
  • 24/7

Entry

  • Free

Accessibility

Date and Time

  • Fremantle Traffic Bridge, Fremantle
  • 5 - 21 Nov
  • 24/7

Entry

  • Free

Accessibility

Strung across the wooden pillars of Fremantle’s iconic old bridge will be these words will remain by Wiradjuri poet Jazz Money. In both English and Nyoongar the large-scale text piece invites audiences to consider the strength and beauty of these sovereign Whadjuk waterways. A declaration, a protest, a love song, these words will remain is an ode to what our rivers remember and tell, their care and their power. Despite violent colonial intervention rivers remain sacred currents placed by ancestors with cause of course.

About the artist

Jazz Money

Jazz Money is an award-winning Wiradjuri poet, a fresh-water river woman currently based on beautiful Gadigal land, in the place now known as Sydney. Her practice is centred around the written word while producing works that encompass installation, digital, film and print. Jazz’s debut collection how to make a basket is available through University of Queensland Press.

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Photo: Duncan Wright

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