From April to October 2022, Radical Horizons: the Art of Burning Man at Chatsworth transformed a 1,000-acre public park in the English countryside into a playful, provocative, and interactive art park featuring 12 Burning Man sculptures. This series follows the journey of artists and other contributors who brought the exhibit to life, making it possible for more than 500,000 visitors to delight in the magic of Burning Man in their own backyard.
Nine Ladies Burning at Chatsworth: An Interview With Rebekah WaitesBy Megan MillerIn early 2021 Burning Man artist Rebekah Waites got a call she probably wasn’t anticipating. The voice on the line said something like, “Would you like to build and burn one of your large-scale sculptures at a British estate in rural England?” Less than a year later, thousands gathered on the grounds of Chatsworth House …Read More
The Act of Being Together: The Connective Magic of Interactive Art at ChatsworthBy Megan MillerWhile some were still de-dusting and decompressing from what, by many accounts, was a particularly challenging and all-consuming Black Rock City 2022, our friends across the pond were coming to the end of their own Burning Man project. From April to October 2022, Radical Horizons: the Art of Burning Man at Chatsworth transformed a 1,000-acre …Read More