JOMO Blogs

November 23, 2019

In places of remote and regional wilderness artists are creating tourism destinations with a 21st century WOW factor“. In forests, oceans and mountains these "museums without walls" transform local communities and attract droves of international tourists.

biophiliarts.com will feature a series of blogs that profile the artists behind these ‘museums’ in nat...

September 15, 2018

Nest

Back from the pink salt pans of Lake Bumbunga (a Parnpangka word meaning ‘rain water lake’) and the lagoons of The Coorong (karangk - a Ngarrindjeri term meaning 'narrow neck') Gordon Bain returns to East Gippsland this week from the arid mid-north of South Australia to launch his exhibition.

His growing regional audiences and discerning collectors wi...

January 10, 2018

Anti-fascist, post-modernist, provocateur and Berlin-based landscape-architect Martin Rein-Cano sits in this biophiliarts space as a powerful voice that describes landscape as an allegory for identity. "We all like to think that we are rooted in something"  he suggests.

On the world stage of contemporary culture Rein-Cano captures the 'Sturm und Drang' of...

December 13, 2017

Profile of Lisa Roberts - media artist documenting the Flying-Fox colony on the Mitchell River Bairnsdale Victoria Australia

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"Tunnel of Light" Kiyotsu Gorge, Japan Design: MAD Architects

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