Gordon, an engineer by training, discovered a passion for sculpture design through About Time and Unfolding Humanity. He provided the artistic vision for About Time and led the team from the conceptual design phase to the final installation. He also got to set it on fire, which was pretty fun.
Diane, a professor of mathematics, is interested in ways to express mathematical and other ideas in artistic form. She has been involved with several large-scale art installations at Burning Man. Most notably, she was Lead Artist and Project Co-Lead for Unfolding Humanity and was Lighting Artist for The Journey Project.
Austin Choi Fitzpatrick
Austin is a writer and professor at the Kroc School of Peace Studies. His work focuses on politics, culture, technology and social change broadly. He is interested in exploring how art can be used to ask big questions.
Nate, a professor of theater, has been making art for Burning Man for nearly a decade. Integrally involved in both Unfolding Humanity and About Time, he is interested in the ways in which public art can bring people together.