The Temple of Flux. Burning Man art festival, 2010.
Photo and caption by NK Guy
Participants walk through the Temple of Flux at the Burning Man art festival, September 2010. A temporary installation, built entirely from wood, and designed to resemble sweeping canyons. Created by Jess Hobbs, Rebecca Anders and Peter Kimelman, and constructed by hundreds of volunteers. The temples of Burning Man are intentionally personal and spiritual, but not connected to any mainstream organization or tradition. Instead, participants are encouraged to leave mementos and messages of remembrance, which are burned ceremoniously with the structure at the close of the week-long event.
Location: Black Rock Desert. Nevada, USA.