Cincinnati Parent: Burning Man is an accessible, family-friendly exhibit: Kids will love this interactive installation at Cincinnati Art Museum
A lovely endorsement of the show and its appropriateness for kids. Includes this nugget about icky smooching in our films: “…my 8-year-old groaned during the kissing scenes in the silent film (part of the Capitol Theatre installation).”
CityBeat: The CAM’s ‘No Spectators: The Art of Burning Man’ Brings the Art of the Black Rock Desert Playa to Eden Park
Excellent, thorough coverage of the entire exhibit, with a marvelous write-up of Obsolete Pictures and Five Ton Crane.
American Craft Council: The Renwick Celebrates Burning Man
A write-up of the exhibit in which they refer to our film The Picnic as “cheeky-but-authentic.”
MommyNearest.com: Renwick Gallery’s Burning Man Exhibit is a Must for D.C. Kids
Notes that “Both adults and kids can sit inside an open truck tricked out to be a mobile movie theater—it shows films reminiscent of the black-and-white flicks from the Charlie Chaplin era. It’s easy to imagine what sitting in the open air in the middle of the desert during Burning Man is like.”
Artsy.net: 16 of Burning Man’s Biggest Artists on Showing Their Work at the Smithsonian
A description of Five Ton Crane’s Capitol Theater installation, which mentions Obsolete Pictures as the exhibit’s content creator.