Burning Man is synonymous with its inspiring art installations — so it'll come as no surprise that some of the festival’s most iconic art pieces will be displayed at the Smithsonian museum in Washington DC from this week.
The 9-month long installation, dubbed ‘No Spectators: The Art of Burning Man’, will be located at the Smithsonian's Renwick Gallery until January 2019.
On show will be a handful of pieces including the imposing-looking Tin Pan Dragon by Duane Flatmo, Richard Wilks’ Evotrope and Shrumen Lumen from FoldHaus, which is a giant glowing mushroom display that reacts to human interaction.
The exhibition is set to "bring the large-scale, participatory work from this desert gathering to the nation’s capital for the first time" and will be taking over the entire Renwick Gallery building and surrounding neighbourhoods.
There’s a trailer for the exhibition below and it looks like it’s going to be a must-see exhibition.
Check out the trailer below.
Photo by Rene Smith
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