About Us


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.

One year to go
On November 15-17, 2019, over 40 theme camp leads and Burning Man Project staffers convened at Burning Man Project HQ in San Francisco to synthesize weeks' worth of work and discussions as part of Phase 2 of the Cultural Direction Setting project. (A quick refresher: The Cultural Direction Setting project is a massive effort to guide Black Rock City's residential culture for the next five to 10 years. This vision was created from community feedback and key stakeholders starting in October 2018. We are now in Phase 2: turning the vision into action.) The lively, candid conversations centered around everything from the desire for more transparency around placement decisions to the importance of acculturation and strengthening neighborhoods in BRC. Read more in link in bio. | Photos by David Nelson-Gal | #burningman #blackrockcity #brc #thankslarry #10principles
@art.emilysherwood painting a mural of @fireflyoshenisis (inspired by a photo taken by @hwilliamsjrphoto) on the side of a semi at Rootpile in Black Rock City. | Photo by @travelisthegoal | #burningman #blackrockcity #brc #thankslarry #10principles
"This is our passion: making sure that everybody who wants to come to Burning Man can have what they need to be self-reliant." — Rat Lady, Camp Lead, Mobility Camp

Black Rock City's Mobility Camp helps make Burning Man accessible to all. See the vintage tractor that takes burners on frequent tours across the playa and catch a glimpse at the world's only temporary city from a camp that lives for radical inclusion. Find out more at: https://mobilitycamp.org Contact for info: brcaccessibility@gmail.com

Video by @thatbrendannagle with additional videography by Nate Williams and Keegan Snow.

Thumbnail image of Rat Lady, aka Dani Moore, by Jan Philip Safarik.
You don't have to go to Black Rock City to see its amazing art! As @nytimes recently covered, the pieces are turning up in plazas, parks, museums and galleries across the United States and in Canada. They include: David Oliver’s “Portal" in Reno, @hankwillisthomas’s “All Power to the People" in Portland, Tahoe Mack’s “@themonumentalmammoth" in Las Vegas, @laurakimpton’s “DREAM" in Arlington, Texas, @michaelchristianart’s “I.T." in Toronto, and more. (@bryantedrickart’s “Lord Snort” withstood the Kincaid Fire in Healdsburg, Calif., earlier this year.) | Photo of “Lord Snort” by @duncanrawlinson | #burningman #blackrockcity #brc #thankslarry #10principles