The art that Burning Man participants create is a central part of the event. Some works are permanent or semi-permanent, and go on to find new homes after the event. Some exist only briefly, and are burned with the Man. Some works are performances, such as the yearly Opera.

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Apocalypse Puppet Theater (2007)
Mobile theater of apocalyptic puppet shows, housed in a stagecoach and powered by bicycle.
Flamethrower Shooting Gallery (2008-2013)
Shooting gallery ala the county fair, using flamethrowers.
Mant Farm (2010)
An immersive vertical maze, in the form of a working ant farm, built to human scale.
Raygun Gothic Rocket (2009)
Built in the future that never was, a 40' tall metal rocketship stands ready to launch.
Steampunk Treehouse (2007)
Built of recycled wood, representing the relationship between humans and nature.
The Temple Crew
David Best's temples both on and off-playa dating back to 2000.
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