During this first week in September 2016, as the G20 meets in China, Burning Man meets in America.
Burning Man is 30 years old this year. One full Saturn cycle has now come and gone. The full, creative, expanding, deepening flavor of this intensely material/spiritual/communal annual event has now been experienced and digested. And, given the last post, I’m tempted to see the Burning Man phenomenon as a particularly intense — and instructive — fractal of the history of capitalism . . .