Kabi Kabi Connections

Kabi Kabi Connections

Kabi Kabi Connections is the union between time immemorial and the ephemeral, where sacred ways of knowing and being meet new technologies and the natural environment.

Curated by knowledge keeper and artist, Helena Gulash and interdisciplinary artist James Muller, this immersive and meditative work illuminates the waters of the Maroochy River with the work of Traditional Custodians and visual arts of the Kabi Kabi peoples.

Experience this beautiful projection work most evenings in front of the Wonderland Spiegeltent.

creative team

  • Helena Gulash
  • James Muller

about Helena Gulash

Helena is a Kabi Kabi (Gubbi Gubbi) woman who has been engaged in First Nations Affairs for approximately 40 years. Currently Helena works as a Consultant in Indigenous Arts and Cultural Management through her own business — Helena Gulash Consulting. She lives on the Sunshine Coast, Kabi Kabi Country — and ardently promotes the unique value of First Nations Arts & Cultural development.

about James Muller 

James runs Earth Base Productions, a multi-disciplinary, creative media studio. He has over 20 years experience in the film, television and digital media industries.


This project is supported by Sunshine Coast Council’s Arts & Heritage Levy.
Image credit: Alain Bouvier

Visual Content Rating
100: This is a projection artwork.

Language no barrier
There is no dialogue attached to this work.

Any other access requirements
We welcome all audiences to Horizon Festival and strive to make every event and performance as accessible as possible.

We are always open to discussing your individual requirements to assist wherever possible. If you’d like to speak to someone about your access requirements, please contact us during business hours at (07) 5475 7272 or horizon@sunshinecoast.qld.gov.au.


Wheelchair Accessibility
This venue is accessible to people who use wheelchairs.

Accessible bathrooms are available on site within the Wonderland Spiegeltent Festival Hub garden.

Accessible car parks are available at the northern end of the carpark adjacent to The Wonderland Spiegeltent.

Level Access
This performance will take place in a public open park space, where there is level access.

Low Lighting
This event will take place on sunset and into the evening, a level of lighting will be provided to assist with safe movement around the venue.

Bathroom Access
This performance takes place in a public space, where public facilities are available. The closest bathrooms are located inside the Wonderland Spiegeltent Festival Hub garden.

Gender-Neutral Bathrooms
All Festival Hub garden bathrooms are gender-neutral.

There are various public carparks and plenty of street parking in and around Cotton Tree Park, where The Wonderland Spiegeltent is located. We encourage you to check the parking signs for timed carparks and bays.

Public Transport
The Wonderland Spiegeltent is centrally located in Cotton Tree and easily accessible via public transport. Visit the Translink website to plan your journey.

Suitable for all ages.

This event is presented as part of Horizon Festival 2023, the Sunshine Coast’s leading multi-arts festival. Get lost in 10 days of must-see art, music, culture events and more, from the coast to the hinterland.

How to get there

Kabi Kabi Connections

Cotton Tree Park / Maroochydore / Kabi Kabi Country