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Burning Man considers alternatives to Burning a Man

Burning Man is having a crisis of self! It is asking, in the context of the world burning, the carbon emissions getting out of control, and more proverbial shit hitting the proverbial fan every day, whether the burning of a massive man is ok anymore?

Though the American context differs from the Australian, many of the more philosophical members of the Modifyre community are also musing on the subject… Though as Haraway says, what better icon for the Anthropocene???

Alongside that, the big burn have released their ambitious plan to go carbon negative by 2030, good on ‘em!


Read more about it here and let us know what you think:


https://www.dezeen.com/2019/11/12/burning-man-carbon-negative-2030/?utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Daily%20Dezeen&utm_content=Daily%20Dezeen+CID_1ea9be11fc0d9ea32e792a4a2efaae1e&utm_source=Dezeen%20Mail&utm_term=Setting%20fire%20to%20artworks%20in%20the%20desert




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