PLEASE SUPPORT PLAYASCOPE!


Playascope is an experimental film that aims to visually create a fully embodied experience of what it feels like to be on the playa – magical!

Born of Burning Man and continuing in the formless poetry of Lake of Dreams, Playascope is a multiphase project that begins with this short lyrical documentary and tone poem of the playa.  It will then grow from there into Playascope Live – a live music and visual performance.

In 2020 I hope to develope the project into a VR experience and eventually a series of films that evoke the energy and wonder of natural spaces and how we integrate these experiences into our conscious navigation of the world .

Ultimately, Playascope is a celebration of the natural world, creation, collaboration, and education.

LIMITED EDITION PRINTS

  • 8” x 10” and 16” x 20” sizes available.
  • Printed by a local printer who is also an artist:
  • Giclee art prints are printed using Epson’s archival pigmented inks, which are guaranteed not to fade for at least 100+ years, on a 100% cotton rag, museum quality, acid-free, archival bright white fine art paper.
  • You can choose between these prints from the Playa, Burning Man, Lake of Dreams, my timelapse adventures, or from Playascope when it is released.

Each print is hand signed and limited to 100 copies total and forever!

Burning Man Prints are only available to backers during crowdfunding!

PLAYASCOPE LIVE

PLAYA SCOPE LIVE is a live performance of original music composed to an extended Playascope visual experience.
Field recordings and music recorded on the playa will be sampled and woven into a live set by Roy Two Thousand and Mogli.  A layer of visuals created from the full extent of Playascope film will create a visual meditation and sound experience meant to embody the experience of the Black Rock Desert as a raw natural formation and wilderness.

TIMELAPSE WORKSHOPS

Join me for a 1 day/1 night timelapse/photography workshop on the Playa on June 22!
or

Join me for a 1 day/1 night timelapse/photography workshop in the San Francisco Bay Area in October 2019!

30

DAYS OF FILMING

1700

HOURS OF POST-PRODUCTION

27

DAYS RECORDING MUSIC

1.1

Million Views In 1 YEAR

NO SPECTATORS: THE ART OF BURNING MAN

NATIONAL TOUR


Exhibition Features a Time-lapse Projection Installation by Roy Two Thousand


Renwick Gallery of the Smithsonian American Art Museum

in Washington, DC

March 30, 2018–January 21, 2019


Cincinnati Art Museum

Cincinnati, Ohio

April 26, 2019–September 2, 2019


Oakland Museum of California

in Oakland, California

October 12, 2019–February 16, 2020