Post Apocalyptic Mythos

Black Rock Desert, NV

30'w x 50'l x 1'h: neon, flame: © 1996

Post Apocalyptic Mythos was a temporary environmental installation created for the Burning Man Project in an expansive dry lakebed desert. Neon wave forms were top painted to focus blue and turquoise light into the sculpted troughs. Fire erupted from another rippling trough, and a red neon snake matched the other light emitting undulating forms.

Imagery for this project was inspired by a previous exhibition in Prague titled Jeskyne Ohniveho Draka or the "Grotto of the Flame Serpent"

Special thanks to Jeff Larsen and John Lewis