RHINO DISHARMONY is a movement to create one global voice against rhino poaching.
Leveraging art to spotlight the rhino poaching crisis, we want to reshape perceptions about rhino horn use and stop the demand which is pushing this iconic species towards extinction.
We are committed to protecting our planet’s wildlife, standing up for the principle that rhinos are not commodities to consume or destroy.
From creative campaigns to immersive events, our mission is to raise awareness in varying forms and to reach diverse audiences, locally and abroad.
Our aim is to stop the demand by getting to rhino horn users through impactful awareness campaigns.
We offer support to projects being delivered by organisations fighting the poaching crisis from all angles.
We focus on: –
- Education at the source of the demand
- Education within communities in South Africa
- Successful anti-poaching initiatives requiring funding and support
- Innovative & creative communication about rhino poaching
In 2014, at the height of the relentless onslaught against rhinos, one of the tragic statistics was an animal poached at Motswari Private Game Reserve in the Greater Kruger.
Having witnessed the brutal killing of an innocent rhino on their doorstep, Motswari owners – Marion Geiger-Orengo and Fabrice Orengo de Lamazière – founded Rhino Disharmony in a bid to help save rhinos.
As an artist, Marion understands that art overcomes language barriers, supersedes cultural boundaries and communicates in a way words can only dream of.
This is the story of Rhino Disharmony, the fight for survival of the enigmatic rhino and how art is playing a role.