Bliss Dance

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Bliss Dance

Created by Marco Cochrane and a team of volunteers on Treasure Island in Building 180. Bliss Dance was first shown at Burning Man in 2010. Marco's stated goal behind the Bliss Project is to de-objectify women, and inspire men and women to end violence against women.

After Burning Man

Bliss Dance on Treasure Island

From May 2011 to 2015[1] Bliss Dance lived on Treasure Island in the San Francisco Bay Area.

Bliss Dance now lives in Las Vegas at The Park between New York-New York and the Monte Carlo.

Specs

From Marco's Website:[2]

  • 55,000 single welds
  • 25,000 feet of steel rod and pipe
  • 6,500 steel ball connection points
  • 2,000 square feet of stainless steel mesh
  • Powder coat
  • Base 8 foot hexagon steel plates
  • http://www.marcocochranesculpture.net/marco-cochrane-sculptures-1/
  • http://www.marcocochranesculpture.net/crew