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.

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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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