Each year, tens of thousands of aspirants, some Bacchanalian, some serene, some creative, some banal, yet all adventurous, converge on the Black Rock Desert for the Burning Man festival. For a few days, a massive city sprawls on an ancient dry lake bed in the alkali dust, and a bunch of dirty hippies and/or cultural pilgrims gather to be very, very weird. In the process of expressing this weirdness, some incredibly majestic, technologically advanced, and downright breathtaking art is displayed. Many in the KWF community have deep connections to Burning Man. In 2017, some of us returned to the wide expanse of "the Playa" to experience the art, and be inspired. Here are some of the highlights.
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