Burn Projects for Burning Man and Frostburn. Volcano Camp (2009) A two-meter tall "volcano" covered in black plastic with animated el-wire "lava flows," created for the second annual Frostburn. Participants were invited to enter the adjoining "Volcanic Activity Monitoring Station," swap their snow boots for slippers, and pass through to a warm, swanky lounge atmosphere inside the volcano. Mr. Burner Head (2008) Two-meter tall replica of the head of "The Man" with el-wire eyes, noses and mouths that could be assembled in countless ways to create different faces. Impress Me! for the first annual Frostburn event (2008). This 4x8 foot tall pinscreen (pin art) used wooden dowels to allow participants to create life-sized impressions. Impress Me! (example #1), 2008 A 4x8 foot tall pinscreen (pin art) depicting the impression of one person "humping" another. Impress Me! (example #2) A 4-by-8 foot tall wooden pinscreen depicting the impression of person holding a sword horizontally in the air. Impress Me! (example #3) A 4-by-8 foot tall wooden pinscreen depicting the impression of person standing with both arms raised. Impress Me! (example #4) A 4-by-8 foot tall wooden pinscreen depicting the impression of person in profile standing on their hands, leaning backwards. Impress Me! (example #5) A 4-by-8 foot tall wooden pinscreen depicting the impression of a giant snowman. Impress Me! (example #6) A 4-by-8 foot tall wooden pinscreen depicting the impression of a cartoon face with its tongue sticking out. Icicle Labyrinth (2008) A rudimentary labyrinth made from icicle lights hanging from wooden bars on waist-high posts. Yellow Snow (2008) A cordoned -off area of snow with streaks of yellow dye simulating urination. Tourettes Turrets: A Fucking Misconception, Cocksucker! (2007) My best friend and I walked around the playa in these costumes, shouting obscenities at passers-by. The title alludes to the fact that few people with T.S. actually exhibit this behavior, which is more accurately classified as Coprolalia. Walking Mural Project (2007) For this interactive project, I walked around the playa wearing a white sheet, asking people to draw their favorite thing about the festival using markers that I provided. Giant Magic 8-Ball (2006) Made of cardboard covered in plastic trash bags and assembled with wire, this giant magic 8-ball could be tossed across the playa to randomize the displayed message, written on an embedded cube that was visible from one side. Possible answers included "Only the Man Knows", "Fuckin' A!" and "Ask Larry Harvey." Hollow-Face Dragon Illusion (2005) This rudimentary dragon, photographed from three different angles, was made from cardboard moving boxes covered in fabric that looked like reptile skin. The head was concave, to give the illusion that it turned to follow when you passed by. PSYCHE-ATRIC HELP BOOTH (2005) Mashing the year's theme ("Psyche") with Peanuts' Lucy van Pelt's psychiatric help booth, I roamed the playa offering advice to other participants and "prescriptions" to those "in need." Defecation Camp Explainer (2004) I commandeered a row of the ubiquitous porta-potties to turn them into an imaginary theme camp (see below). These signs were posted inside the stalls to provide further explanation. Defecation Camp (2004) I commandeered a row of the ubiquitous porta-potties to turn them into an imaginary theme camp. The signs above were posted inside the stalls to provide further explanation.