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 gē, 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.