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CAMP EQUILIBRIUM

Equilibrium represents the pinnacle in Radical Ritual for the collective first world culture in which we live: vacation. Adhering to a strict belief that our shared time together should be one of joy and relaxation, we seek to strike the all too difficult balance of hard work and play. We are an established camp designed around the confluence of radical inactivity and community support, of which we’ve coined as “the camp that does nothing, but has everything.” It is in this space of in-between action and inaction we are expressing our confidence in the rituals we have set up to ensure that our camp and the community at large experiences the place of relaxation that we all deserve in this place outside the hectic worlds of which we live the other 51 weeks of the year.

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Held January 22-27, 2020, “@kiwiburn 2020: Eclectic Decade" was New Zealand's sixteenth official Burn. Two thousand folks gathered in the lower North Island on lush farmland by a river to collaborate, share, create and participate with 78 theme camps and multiple art installations spread across the Paddock. The Birthing Goddess by @foxcat1, a female effigy complete with a womb, burned beautifully on the Saturday night, and the Temple of the Future by @nico.woodward became a ball of heat on Sunday night as the event came to a spectacular end. | Photos by @irie.blue | #kiwiburn #kiwiburn2020 #burningman #blackrockcity #brc #thankslarry #10principles
On December 14, 2019, four hundred souls gathered in a post-industrial space in Bucharest to celebrate the first-ever Romanian regional event. 🎉 Greeters welcomed participants with a quick orientation of the 10 Principles before inviting them into @magneticboxvenue, a six-floor building filled with art installations, workshops, and music. The night kicked off with a ritual and a communal circle in which everyone held hands and revealed their name and an element/emotion they were bringing to the space. At 23:59 pm, the Man started to burn. At some point, the flames nearly went out, but the fire was brought back to life with “palinca” (a Romanian home made drink), and the Man finally burned to ashes. "We all danced until the morning and enjoyed the new friendships and energies," said regional lead @gabriel_muscalu. Gabriel also reported that half of the participants brought their own cups, and the other half promised to bring it next time. #leavingnotrace FTW! | Photos by @gabriel_muscalu |#burningmanromania #romanianburners #burningman #thankslarry #10principles
The Land Art Generator Initiative and Burning Man Project have partnered to launch a multi-disciplinary design challenge — LAGI 2020 Fly Ranch — that will create the foundational infrastructure of @fly_ranch. 🏜You are invited to propose your regenerative artwork in this unique and stunning landscape. LAGI 2020 Fly Ranch calls for creative and circular design solutions for energy, water, food, shelter, and regeneration (zero waste). At least $150,000 in awards will be distributed to selected teams for the purpose of building a functional prototype on site in 2021. 🏜On February 19 at 12pm PST, tune in as the Fly Ranch team and @lagi_poweredbyart will be hosting a live-streamed Q&A about the upcoming design challenge. Meet the team, learn more about the project, and get to know others who are working on proposals for submission. (Details in link in bio.) 🏜This video includes interviews with LAGI co-founders, @elizabethmonoian and Robert Ferry; Burning Man Cultural Founders, @willroger1 and @crimson9rose; Fly Ranch Operations Manager, @zeaysi; and wetland ecologist and Burning Man Project Land Fellow, Dr. Lisa Schiele-Beers. | Video by Profiles in Dust.

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To inaugurate the opening of "Infinite Moment: Burning Man on the Horizon," a new exhibit at the @highdesertmuseum in Bend, Oregon, Burning Man Project Director of Communications @millermegank gave a talk about the event's history, art, culture, and impact on the wider world. "Burning Man is about bringing big ideas to life; it's about doing something together, in community, that you can't do alone," she emphasized. | Photos by Heather Duchow except 6 is by Becca Burda | #burningman #blackrockcity #brc #thankslarry #10principles #highdesertmuseum