Trashistan will be located on the outskirts of Black Rock City
this year. We are at the corner of “Sacred” and
“Dogma”, otherwise known as 10:00, 4 blocks in.
Featuring the one and only "Temple of Hot Dogma",
courtesy of Idaho's finest band, Hot Dog Sandwich. Our camp
faces the open playa, the void, a theme which is very important
to us this year and will be explored further in our interactive
ritual night performance on Friday (see below). In addition
to impromptu shows at our camp, our scheduled performances are:
Wednesday night, 10pm-Midnight -
The Doomocratic Republic of Gigsville (approx 5:00 & Esplanade)
Friday night, Midnight – Ritual
Night in the Center Camp Café
Sunday Brunch, 11am or 12ish –
Church of WOW (approx 2:45 & Esplanade)
Abraham Birmingham will also be piloting a Proper Modern Bat
Truck, aka “The Messenger” - so if you see a large
fire-breathing black bat cruise by, please say hello and, if possible,
jump aboard! See you there - direct questions or info to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Notes from Burning Man 2002...
This year was amazing. Thanks to everyone in our kick-ass
camp and village - Fandango, Trashistan, Freekutopia, Hot Dog
Sandwich, The House of St. Eve, The
Ottoman Empire, The Acid Cabaret, Church of Funk, $teven
Ra$pa, Ladybee, and everyone who visited, supported, and reveled
in The Pagan Lounge. Between Rosin Coven and our side project,
we played every day, often twice, at fine venues such as The
Pagan Lounge, Center Camp Cafe, The Odeon, The Acid Cabaret
(well, we tried), and the infamous Rubber Ducky.
See our (still growing) collection
of 2002 photos here.
Check out some Fandango
And don't forget the collection of
images on the Burning Man site.