Serpent Mother from: San Francisco, CA year: 2015
The Serpent Mother is a 168′ long sculpture of a skeletal serpent, coiled around her egg. Propane fire runs down her spine, with 41 poofers erupting from the top of her gleaming vertebrae. Reaching 20’ in the air, her hydraulically-actuated head and jaws chomp at the sky.
The serpent is a highly kinetic, participant-controlled installation. Fire effects are a major interactive and sculptural element of the piece, controlled by pushing buttons located on the ribs. The audience is invited to direct her movements, using controls that move the head and jaws, effectively making each show a unique event created by the participants.
Twice every evening, the operator crew will perform methanol shows, shooting multi-colored flames 40′ in the air from the egg, illuminating the night sky. URL: http://flaminglotus.com/art/the-serpent-mother/ Contact: [email protected]
- Duncan Rawlinson
- Image Size
- 3840x5760 / 21.2MB
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- Contained in galleries
- Burning Man 2020, Burning Man All