Dust to Dust further illustrates the ethereal nature of Burning Man. this time lapse directed by Matthew Goodman adroitly paints the picture of Burning Man.
This video by KJ and Stephen Spins sums up Burning Man’s 2011 spirit very nicely.
An Expedition over the Sierra revealed the Black Rock Arts Foundation Civic Arts Committee placed Spire of Fire next to the RiverWalk in downtown Reno. Spire of Fire, by local Reno artists Steve Atkins and Eric Smith, is BRAF’s fourth installation at the Foundation’s public art venue in Reno, Nevada. Black Rock Arts Foundation Advisory Board member Maria Partridge and Richard Johnson along with BRAF & Burner volunteers spearheaded a tremendous effort once again to bring Burning Man art & culture into the default world.
This VIMEO is by someone named Roy Two Thousand. Judging by this excellent video, Roy must be a fascinating fellow. I do not know Roy, but have experienced what you will see here. It is not for the faint of art.
The Mind Shaft Society explored Black Rock City daily. This particular day, we encountered a Space Cadet while observing the Gothic Rocket.
The Mind Shaft Society encounters arduous conditions on our Expeditions. We travel with a kitchen staff, a facilities staff, and a cleaning staff. This video visualizes the Mind Shaft Society Maid Service cleaning one of the shade structures in the early morning.
Saturday, July 26, was a turning point, make it over the hump kind of day in the Mind Shaft. Uncle Sam’s Elvis Island Immigration Station hardware fabrication was completed except for a few minor tweaks yet to be done. The creative process is now well under way with paint and stain being applied, and the audio and video editing is about to commence. Dr. Rheinbrain, the extraterrestrial anthropologist, and Dr. Fabio, the renowned French anthropologist, are simultaneously working on their large round icons that will reside on each side of Elvis Island Immigration Station. The book table is complete, the new books need to be fabricated. Dr. Gee Whiz repurposed the head from Skjerry back to Skelvis. There is nothing left to do but smile, smile, smile.