I don’t usually take pictures at Burning Man, with a few very specific exceptions. I like the challenge of letting go of visual control, of diving into the moment, of embracing the knowledge that many of the things I see will fade in my mind without any record. There’s a beauty, for me as a visual artist, in this discipline.
I was on second temple guardian shift of Tuesday night/Wednesday morning at this year’s burn when I realized I needed to make another exception. So I give you the Temple of Grace at Sunrise.
Any advertisement in public space that gives you no choice whether you see it or not is yours. It belongs to you. It’s yours to take, re-arragne and re-use. Asking for persmission is like asking to keep a rock someone just threw at your head.”