LOCATION BLACK ROCK CITY
CLIENT BURNING MAN
Mamou-Mani Architects (Arthur Mamou-Mani, Maialen Calleja, Aditya Bhosle, Bilal Mian, Sandy Kwan)
FORMAT Engineering (Stephen Melville, James Solly, Marco Pellegrino, Sara Andreussi)
Scaffolding: DHC Charles Engineering (Robin J. Ko, Brian Hilier)
U.S. LEADERSHIP TEAM
Aaron Porterfield (U.S Lead), Mikki Assada (site captain), Bruce Schena (scaffold Lead), Dave Keane (build Lead), Benoit Bergeret (camp lead), Jessica “gravity” Meisman (Kitchen Lead), Nick Moser (altar lead), “Sparklepony” Paul Franke (metal lead), Kirsten Straight (Reno site lead), Kai Dalgleish (SF site lead), Micah Turner (3D printing), Jocelyn Simmons (graphic design), Dillon Nicholson and Desirée Tavera (Fundraising)
Gerald Spencer, Bashir Ziady, Sage Gunderson (Teardrops).
The Burning Man Temple is one of the most significant places held annually at the Burning Man festival, a portal for healing, sharing emotional experiences, creating profound connections with one’s own self and others and then watching it all burst into flames on the last day.
The temple is a special place, one for the community to pray, heal and release grief. It is a place for us to cry, together, over our losses, whether it is a loved one or your old self. The temple helps you reflect on these emotions and connects you to every one else in their sorrows and their hopes.
Galaxia celebrates hope in the unknown, stars, planets, black holes, the movement uniting us in swirling galaxies of dreams. A superior form of Gaia in Isaac Asimov’s Foundation series, Galaxia is the ultimate network, the fabric of the universe connecting living beings into one entity.