It was a lot of fun to spend time in Canberra last weekend as part of the night walking / projection project Shinrin Yoku in the Cork Oak forest at the National Arboretum.

Fiona Hooton (Localjinni) facilitated Shinrin Yoku with artists Fiona Hooton, Nicole Voevodin- Cash , Sally Clark, Jane Duong, Caroloine Huf and Tracey Benson: 

Shinrin-Yoku – Forest Bathing is a Localjinni production held in the Cork Oak Forest. Produced for the Canberra Art Biennial 2022 in association with the National Arboretum. Supported by the Alastair Swayn Foundation.


Here is some photo documentation of the event.

Big shout out to Fiona, Cat, Kate and all the volunteers for your great work. It was a wonderful project to be a part of ❤

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