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Artists at the mid-1990' era [[Burning Man]] events used the clay of the playa to create sculptures that had were lit from within with a wood fire.
Artists at the mid-1990' era [[Burning Man]] events used the clay of the playa to create sculptures that had were lit from within with a wood fire.


In the late 2000's, [http://jimdenevan.com Jim Denevan]] drove a bus around the playa and made intricate patterns visible only from the air.
In the late 2000's, [http://jimdenevan.com Jim Denevan] drove a bus around the playa and made intricate patterns visible only from the air.
 
In 2020, the phrase "Black Lives Matter" was created on the desert using one or more vehicles.<ref>"[https://www.rgj.com/story/life/arts/burning-man/2020/08/05/black-lives-matter-imprinted-black-rock-desert-reno/5540022002/ Someone wrote 'Black Lives Matter' in the Black Rock Desert. It's 4 miles wide.]," Jenny Kane, Reno Gazette Journal, August 5, 2020.</ref>
 
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==External links==


==Links==
* "[http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1236380/Worlds-largest-artwork-etched-desert-sand.html Etched by trucks in the desert sand: At 9 miles around, gargantuan circle is the world's largest artwork]" UK Mail, 16 December 2009
* "[http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1236380/Worlds-largest-artwork-etched-desert-sand.html Etched by trucks in the desert sand: At 9 miles around, gargantuan circle is the world's largest artwork]" UK Mail, 16 December 2009

Latest revision as of 19:53, 5 August 2020

Land art is created using earth and rock. Many land art pieces have been created on the Black Rock Desert.

In 1968, Michael Heizer created Dissipate.

Artists at the mid-1990' era Burning Man events used the clay of the playa to create sculptures that had were lit from within with a wood fire.

In the late 2000's, Jim Denevan drove a bus around the playa and made intricate patterns visible only from the air.

In 2020, the phrase "Black Lives Matter" was created on the desert using one or more vehicles.[1]

References

  1. "Someone wrote 'Black Lives Matter' in the Black Rock Desert. It's 4 miles wide.," Jenny Kane, Reno Gazette Journal, August 5, 2020.

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