Geophanies are depictions of our shared homeworld, allowing its cycles, patterns, synergies, teleconnections and dynamics to be visible, to be seen.

The word ‘geophany’ comes from Attic Greek , meaning ‘earth, land’, and phainein, ‘to reveal, to bring to light, to make visible’.
Phainein originates from the Proto-Indo-European root [*bha], meaning ‘to shine’ but also ‘to speak, to say, to tell’.

This gallery is but a sample of Globaïa’s geophanies (aka geovisualisations).
Most of our work has not yet been made public.