yeah, but.. they pay the dpw to clean up anyways.!
in fact, the more you leave the better the LLC looks!
think of the reports clicking away on some typewriter
'the dpw, and burning man, committed to keeping the playa clean removed x,xxx pounds of trash from the site before clearing it to be inspected by the BLM, this is our highest amount yet!!! congrats to the hardworking playa restoration crew on a great job.. the playa is all of ours, and we at burning man and the dpw are committed to keeping this great resource clean and pristine for the enjoyment of all, year round'
yadda yadda.. ahem, meanwhile.. back at the slag heap.
dont let larry™ shackle you up in his bureaucracy to be continually tracked and spreadsheeted!
put yer art out there....the inner playa wouldnt be a good place to put it..... out in the deep, not in the way... and clean it up... if you dont clean it up, someone else will (have to) do it.. (it wont be the end of the world)..... do like youd do in camp, make the things visible so people dont trip on it or smash into it.. and make sure it doesnt blow away... if youre as awesome as people would expect you to be there shouldnt be any concern with this.
no need to get all mired down in THIS type of bullshit (well.. unless you got bigass projects/dangerous shit/fire/or being totally clueless and needing help doing this right):From filling out the art installation registration form, participating a dialogue with us, arriving on the playa, protecting your art, and cleanup accountability, every aspect of creating art must be taken seriously.
make some shit..
 http://www.burningman.com/installations ... lines.html