Kenneth Lantz


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Setting up the sculpture.
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The cap with tin cans attached.
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Playa Dust
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The Man in the back.
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Redesigned pods being tested.
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Tough working conditions.
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The team.
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Breaking it down to burn.
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All packed and ready to go!
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   In the summer of 2012 I joined a team of artists led by Houston based Troy Stanley to Black Rock City, NV. It was a team of 21 artists that had never attended Burning Man. We attempted to construct a 40' tall by 100' diameter interactive sculpture in the middle of the Nevada desert. Despite zero humidity, sand that chemically burned your skin, thin atmosphere, and the unpredictable nature of festival atendees, we succeeded. Photos here by Neal Eberly, Matt Crawford - eyesaregood.net, and myself.