PJ wrote:The only ways to reduce the concentration would be to make the whole event's square acreage dramatically greater-.
playasnake wrote:one of the funniest things i saw was someone with a golf cart, who im assuming just got rejected by the DMV, driving around with a bull horn saying things like "we are not art", "the bar has been raised","i am not an artist, just a regular person"...
i dont do it justice here, but it was very funny.
(the golf cart looked like a shark btw... i would have passed it)
pyro gyro wrote:...MY car WAS ART.. SO THERE
Troy Van Berry wrote:I was told upon regestering this year that the BLM is thinking about banning the mobile art alltogether in the future, or at least limiting the # that will be allowed to operate.
Sitting on your ass watching the city go by as you get drunk and sociallize is not "radical self expression" or even participation for that matter.
I have never operated my vehicle outside of the guidelines
about a custom scooter being art, that isn't art, it's one hell of a technological-engineering achievement but an Engineer isn't an Artist.
I purposely put my art out in the wholly other knowing that one of the possible activities of the party floats and art cars is to wander the playa at night checking out the art.
mo_corleone wrote:i don't envy anyone in the position of determining what is and is not art on the playa. i saw one VW bus that had apparantly been denied a DMV permit, and the owner had attached a sign that raised some of these same issues. i'm sure it's a tough call to make.
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