A spiritual renewal and a reminder that is it possible to be free – Burning Man Page
Overview of Voyage D'etudes
Tali Lennox is a British model, artist and actress currently living in NY. She is the daughter of singer Annie Lennox and Filmmaker Uri Fruchtmann, though both now devote most of their energies to charity work and human rights activism. Tali seems to have inherited their creative drive and in her growing work as an young artist is proving to be a real talent. This alongside a beautiful free spirit and a constantly curious nature has made her the perfect explorer.
For me new years eve doesn’t happen in winter, it happens at Burning Man, each summer I go is a spiritual renewal and a reminder that is it possible to be free, live free, literally. Its impossible to describe what Burning Man is like, I can draw various weak comparisons, Blue Planets episode of deep underwater neon fish comes to mind, as does bugs life meets mad max, I kid you not every single place you look is something so absurdly creative, but after a week that becomes your reality. A giant octopus roaming around with fire balls bursting from its tentacles is about as normal as passing a rick Shaw in soho, P Diddy sitting in a giant lady bug in the middle of a sandstorm, Yep, pretty standard There is a strong spiritual facet to the Burn with its loving openness and good energy that makes you feel like you could levitate, its deep, take a trip to the temple and you will no doubt feel that and have a good cry too. No dark vibes, muddy swamps, and overpriced stale hot dogs that are unavoidable at most festivals. When you arrive at burning man everyone calls to each other ‘welcome home’ because that’s what it feels like, a place where anything is accepted, anything goes, and anything can happen.