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The Spectrum of Burning Man Art – from Otic Oasis to Tympani Lambada

The art of Burning Man. I suppose it is a bigger part of the whole to some and a lesser part to others. I love it and use most of my energy chasing it down. The variety of pieces is … Continue reading

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in the company of Charon

The most impressive and special of the Burning Man art installations draw people to their neighborhoods. This year everyone wanted to see The Octopus Art Car . And everyone wanted to see Charon.

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Sunset Views from Black Rock City – Sunday night

There is so much to do once back in the Default World, but I will take a few moments from the ‘joys’ of deplayafication to recharge my visual memories. And yours. Sunday was the last burn night, the night to … Continue reading

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Trojan Horse burns tonight

There is a huge Trojan Horse out on the Playa tonight.  Hundreds of toga clad citizens of Black Rock City manned the ropes, first moving it in small steps from the Esplanade out to the gates of Troy.  Then in … Continue reading

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Burning Man 2010

Impressions of a specific year at Burning Man are bound to be intensely personal. Was a certain year the best ever or much less than that? How much of what one remembers as good, and as less so, is determined … Continue reading

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The Art of Burning Man (part 1)

What is Burning Man is a question I hear often. After stumbling around looking for a way to gather the disparate threads into a simple answer, what I’ve settled on is that it is a counter-cultural art festival. That pretty … Continue reading

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