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
From May 2011 to 2015 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.
From Marco's Website:
- 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