Acknowledgements

With Gratitude.

From where we began, to where we are now, creating Kindling has been an epic journey. We’d like to express our deepest gratitude to the team of volunteers, staff and creative beings who imagined, iterated, collaborated and hustled to bring Kindling to life.

Home Page Image Credits:

“All Power to All People” by Hank Willis Thomas, 2017 (Photo by Marsha Reid)

© Hank Willis Thomas. Courtesy of the artist and Jack Shainman Gallery, New York. Photo by Marsha Reid.

“Radical Inclusion = Racial Inclusion” by Favianna Rodriguez

“Supporters of racial inclusion and racial justice walk through Center Camp”, 2019 (Photo by Susan C Becker)

“Tell Me Yours, I’ll Tell You Mine.” by Emma Shield, 2018 (Photo by espressobuzzphoto@gmail.com)

“Maya’s Mind” by Mischell Riley, 2017 (Photo by Luke Szczepanski)

“At Burning Man everyone seems to bring something to the table as a communal gift or form of expression. Before taking people’s portraits as gifts or working for the documentation team, on my second burn I brought my old skool airbrush kit with portable compressed air cans and airbrushed BM tattoos and illustrations on people at center camp. I’ve seen all sorts of ideas and offerings from ass brandings to workshops on how to crack a whip. Some people assume a gift is a necklace or similar object, but services are a fantastic way to get involved. Even if you aren’t that good at it, it’s your chance to give it a go or at least have some fun. When receiving a gifted service, people haven’t parted with their money so it becomes a relaxed, enjoyable experience full of laughs with no expectations. Gifting and decomodification at play. This guys portrait was so bad, it was good. What awesome service gifting have you seen at BM?”, 2019 (Photo by Jamen Percy)

Action Page Image Credits:

Gather.

“Orange and yellow shade cloth with shadows”, 2019 (Photo by Philippe Glade)

Experience.

“The playa. Home at last”, 2014 (Photo by Sam Matthews)

Play.

“El Pulpo Mechanico” by Duane Flatmo, 2015 (Photo by Robert Bruce Anderson)

Co-Learn.

“No Place Like Home” by Trey Watkins, Mara Greenberg, Alan Becker, Karen Cusolito, Andrew Howell, Meena Sandhu and Frogma, 2019 (Photo by Juan P. Zapata)

Ignite.

“Fire spinner at San Francisco Decompression”, 2019 (Photo by Morgaine Breimayer)

Kindle A Project.

“La Victrola”, 2017 (Photo by Debbi Wolff)

Video Credits:

“This is Freezer Burn”, 2015 (Video by Lisa ‘Kiki’ Ferguson)

“Element 11 2016: Jackalope Rodeo”, 2016 (Video by Croshane Hillyard and Kari Larson)

“Element 11 2016: Orpheum Recap – OFFICIAL”, 2017 (Video by Croshane Hillyard and Kari Larson)

“Burning Japan 2015”, 2015 (Video by Joe Moross and Alvin Cheung)

“Catharsis on the Mall 2019”, 2019 (Video by Shamal Deare)

Featured Multiverse Graphic Credits:

“El Pulpo” by Duane Flatmo, sketch by @HaydenTheWu

“Public Display of Awareness” by Olivia Steele, 2019

“Straight No Chaser” by LadyBEAST and GatorDox, 2018

2020 Man Base by Kathryn Greenberg

“Ethereal Empyrean Experience” by Sylvia Lisse, Laurence “Renzo” Verbeck, Jeremy Roush, 2020

Multiverse Trailer Credits:

Copyright-free soundtrack: “A New Beginning by Ben Sound