Disorient is a camp at Burning Man
Disorient at BM 2023
2023 is Disorient's Year of the Paper Rabbit. Our camp is located at Esplanade & 5:00 with 200 ft. of frontage and 400 ft. deep.
We are expecting 200 campers. We discuss camp-planning on this Discord channel.
D23's Urban Plan is organized around central shade structures that spell out the two letters XO as our message to the stars and protects our tent campers from the sun.
This year we have a new Club House design. This is where we will host most of our events which are listed in our D23 Schedule.
D23's Geodesic Temple installation is the Temple of the Paper Rabbit
Duke's is back in full force and our Moop Altar is a new asset for successful LNT.
(Cell): (Cell Lead)
D23 Camp: Camp Cell
Interface with BM: LittleShane
Registration emails: Sofy
Production Wrangler: Brinksman
Urban Plan: The Eye
Square Shade: Ed B.
Volunteer Coordinator: WatchTower
Tool Master: Jack B.
Shower: Jack B.
Moop Altar design: The Eye
Moop Altar production: MissDaddy
Club House design: The Eye, Kirby
Club House structure: MissDaddy
Club House decor: John F., Kirby
AMP'D Yoga: Donovan McG.
Disorient Talks: The Eye
DeFi Talk moderator: Lev G.
Jewelry of Burning Man moderator: LadyBee
Welcome to the Grid Talk moderator: IceCream
Tokenization Talk moderator: Michael H.
CoSign on playa assembly and installation: IceCream
CoSign off playa fabrication: Karl Mak
CoSign design and planning: The Eye
Frozen Minty Towels: Tejawe
Camp Lighting: Vadim
D14 Sign: Stack
D23 NFT: Jess H. and John Q.
Sound: Charlie Funk
Downtempo line-up: Kirby
Disorient at BM 2022
This time around — even more than usual since it had been almost 3 years since we had last found ourselves on the playa together — Disorient went in expecting the unexpected. After a two year hiatus, who knows where the capabilities and desires of everyone would take us. We were ready for a heart-opener.
The Art Car Wash was our main frontage installation. The two art cars from the Eminent Front: the ENTity and the new Disco Dock were parked behind the ACW. Those vehicles were part of the ACW and punctually provided sound for in-camp dance events.
Behind our frontage, the Very Pornj Lounge (VPL) was a new edition of our Club House design, a comfortable and soothing environment, a cocktail lounge where you could sway to the sound of low/no BPM tunes such as AlKemiss EriKa's set on Tuesday.
The Club House was a space for presentations and discussions where Disorient Talks were held every other day between 4pm and 6pm.
It's also where our hour-long Amp'd Yoga sessions were held daily at 1pm.
The DKitchen was wo/manned by a solid Dis crew, serving additional comfort twice a day.
Spire, our new Geodesic Temple stood on the playa in front of camp, just far enough so we could admire it properly.
Our upgraded D14 Disorient Sign hung inside the Club House and got a new revision and re-interpretation this year.
Disorient is a collective
Disorient is a sound, visual and performance art collective. We create art projects and art installations with hardware including wood, scaffolding, palette rack, containers, recycled materials, your body, Raspberry Pi, geodesic domes, inflatable structures, video, repurposed objects, black lights and vehicles. We develop software for our installations.
When we are not on the Playa, we organize events, retreats and happenings to raise funds for our art projects on and off playa and support Burning Man. 100% of profit is reinvested in Disorient.
Those include Country Club (since 2011) upstate New York, Bedouin Tech (2014-2018) in the desert of Dubai and Fun Tsang (since 2016) on the beach of a tiny uninhabited tropical island of Hong Kong. Those outdoor camping retreats last several days and are aligned with the Burning Man ethos. In September 2021 we organized the first Burning Mantap in Bali, Indonesia.
Thousands of DOers (DisOrienters) have camped with Disorient at Burning Man since 2001. About half of those campers are in the US. The other half is distributed in dozens of other countries. We use social networks to stay connected.
Too Much Is Rarely Enough.