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FloBot by: Jessica Levine from: South Lake Tahoe, CA year: 2018

FloBot is an interactive flower-like steel sculpture with a character all her own. She will stand on exposed roots as she evolves into a blossomed being. People will be able to climb up the roots and “get inside her head” bouncing and rocking with the use of large suspension springs. Flo represents the notion of learning to flow with all of the parts of one’s self, and finding strength within them. Her roots correlate with all of the deepest parts of ourselves–the buried parts, which make us who we are. Exposing the roots and making them a part of the blossom at the top represents the idea that everything is an integral part of the whole self, even (and especially) the buried parts–not just the pretty flowery surface parts. My Burning Man 2018 Photos:
https://Duncan.co/Burning-Man-2018

My Burning Man 2017 Photos:
https://Duncan.co/Burning-Man-2017

My Burning Man 2016 Photos:
https://Duncan.co/Burning-Man-2016

My Burning Man 2015 Photos:
https://Duncan.co/Burning-Man-2015

My Burning Man 2014 Photos:
https://Duncan.co/Burning-Man-2014

My Burning Man 2013 Photos:
https://Duncan.co/Burning-Man-2013

My Burning Man 2012 Photos:
https://Duncan.co/Burning-Man-2012
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Duncan Rawlinson
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Burning Man 2018, Burning Man All
FloBot by: Jessica Levine from: South Lake Tahoe, CA year: 2018<br />
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FloBot is an interactive flower-like steel sculpture with a character all her own. She will stand on exposed roots as she evolves into a blossomed being. People will be able to climb up the roots and “get inside her head” bouncing and rocking with the use of large suspension springs. Flo represents the notion of learning to flow with all of the parts of one’s self, and finding strength within them. Her roots correlate with all of the deepest parts of ourselves–the buried parts, which make us who we are. Exposing the roots and making them a part of the blossom at the top represents the idea that everything is an integral part of the whole self, even (and especially) the buried parts–not just the pretty flowery surface parts. My Burning Man 2018 Photos:<br />
https://Duncan.co/Burning-Man-2018<br />
<br />
My Burning Man 2017 Photos:<br />
https://Duncan.co/Burning-Man-2017<br />
<br />
My Burning Man 2016 Photos:<br />
https://Duncan.co/Burning-Man-2016<br />
<br />
My Burning Man 2015 Photos:<br />
https://Duncan.co/Burning-Man-2015<br />
<br />
My Burning Man 2014 Photos:<br />
https://Duncan.co/Burning-Man-2014<br />
<br />
My Burning Man 2013 Photos:<br />
https://Duncan.co/Burning-Man-2013<br />
<br />
My Burning Man 2012 Photos:<br />
https://Duncan.co/Burning-Man-2012