Every year, tens of thousands of people convene in Black Rock Desert, Nevada, to create a “temporary metropolis dedicated to community, art, self-expression, and self-reliance.” The metropolis has been dubbed Black Rock City, and the event, as you’ve probably heard, is called Burning Man. If you’ve never attended the art festival, you might have your own ideas about what goes on. Freelance director and photographer Ari Fararooy will put your speculations to rest with his photos from the event. Fararooy has described his experiences there as “surreal,” and you’ll definitely get a taste of that through his collection, which has been tweaked with an experimental technique of digital animation. Romantic piano lovers will also appreciate his cover of Chopin’s “Nocturne in E Flat Major, Op. 9, No. 2,” which he added to the video below.
This Surreal Look At Burning Man Will Feed Your Desire For Mystical Escape. February 18, 2018