This beautiful art book illuminates the seminal role Binzen played, through his Desert Siteworks projects in the early 1990s, in the evolution of Burning Man from a weekend tailgate party in the Black Rock into one of the best-known and most culturally impactful art festivals in the world today. Includes 19 images from Desert Siteworks and the early years of Burning Man, back stories and little-known history of the events, and essays by Burning Man co-founder John Law and Bill Fox, director of the Center for Art + Environment at the Nevada Museum of Art.
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Part artist’s film, part documentary: William Binzen, “Burning Man’s original visual thought leader,” and Burning Man co-founder, John Law, lay bare the festival’s ancestral roots in a wide-ranging conversation at Smith Andersen North Gallery in July, 2016. Features a “docent’s-eye view” of 35+ images plus original film footage from the fabled Desert Siteworks projects in the early 1990s that catalyzed Burning Man’s artistic evolution.
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