I’d actually missed this hitting my inbox yesterday, but Ronon Carver posted an update on the BURN2 website announcing the winners of the 2013 Juried Art and Theme Camp plots, and the Plottery winners.
The ten selected winners of the Juried Art and Theme plots represent both seasoned BURN2 artists and face new to the event. Each winner receives either 2048 sq m plot or a 1024 sq m plot as detailed below.
2048 sq m plots:
- Giovanna Cerise – The Magic of Objects
- Loki Eliot – The Sand Fairy
- Alesha Hax – CultUre Queen
- Morlita Quan – Sokofa
1024 sq m plots:
- Juliana Burns – Camp Marshmallow
- Sarrah Docherty – Cargo Train
- Caro Fayray – Anomaly
- Ginger Lorakeet – Inside Art
- Marianne McCann – Inner Child Camp
- Catboy Qunhua – Catboy’s Camp of Cuisine, Culture, and Comedy
The list of Plottery winners, each of who received a 512 sq m plot on the BURN2 regions, can be found in the BURN2 blog post.
Building will commence on September 21st.
Plots Still Available
There are still plots available at BURN2. If you would still like to be a part of the event, plot sizes and prices for the week are as follows:
- 512 sq m (117 prims): L$3000
- 1024 sq m (234 prims): L$6000
- 2048 sq m (468 prims): L$12000
- 4096 sq m (936 prims): L$24000
If you are interested in participating in this year’s BURN2, which runs from October 19th through to the 27th inclusive, and would like a plot, you can purchase one via the vendor system located in-world at the Burning Man Deep Hole region. Sales will be closing soon.
The theme for this year’s event is Cargo Cult, in keeping with the theme of Burning Man itself.
BURN2 is an extension of the Burning Man festival and community into the world of Second Life. It is an officially sanctioned Burning Man regional event, and the only virtual world event out of more than 100 real world Regional groups and the only regional event allowed to burn the man.
The BURN2 Team operates events year around, culminating in an annual major festival of community, art and fire in the fall – a virtual echo of Burning Man itself.