Black Rock City, NV The New Ephemeral Architecture of Burning Man
5 years in the making with foreword by Zahid Sardar and essays by Burning Man co-founder Harley K. Dubois, Fred Bernstein architecture critic and AIASF architect Glenn Lym,
this 144 pages hardcover book with a bright orange cloth bookmark
is the sequel of the now sold out
first book covering the early years of Black Rock.
With 200 new images taken from 2011 to 2015, the book explores the camps and the villages shaping the city while
offering a broad vision of the multiples solutions
to camp in style or not in the 21st century.
Disclaimer for the 12 readers and counting of this blog: given the ever-changing weather pattern combined to the ebb and flow of participants, it is impossible to see the entirety of shelters and dwellings, visit all the camps and villages that dot the city. I spared no effort to explore all the streets back and forth from 2:00 to 10:00, A to L, for two weeks documenting this
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The Soundscape Golden Rebar
In 2016, indisputably, The Mayan Warrior mutant vehicle could not be missed thanks to a lasers display that rivals any stadium bands, a beyond believes 70,000 watt sound system to dance to talented and daring DJ's like Jennifer Cardini among an impressive list of artists.
Its sound signature brings the promises of tension and rhythm.
The Man's burn and post-burn sets were just phenomenal.