By Winda Benedetti
As performance art, hobby or meditation, the flames are drawing Seattleites with a consuming passion.
By SUSAN HAGAN
A collection of articles and reviews from the Cirque de Flambe appearance at the Edmonton Fringe Festival August 17-27, 2000 in pdf format.
This photo made the cover of the Seattle Times in March, 2000. Jim Bates has been a photographer for the Seattle Times since 1990 and has won numerous awards from the National Press Photographers Association, the Associated Press and the Society of Professional Journalists.
We are proud to announce that Pyro Boy and the Pyro Vixens will be on Ripley’s Believe It or Not!
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How will you be ringing in the new Millennium? Friends? Party favors? Noisemakers? Well Pyro Boy will be ringing in the new year by lighting off 2,000 firecrackers — on his back!
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New York Times
by Pamela Licalzi O’Connell
Note: This article was in regards to an on-line confessional I created for a fire art installation/performance at Burning Man in 1998.
The Internet may be the world’s largest confessional. Its paradoxical combination of anonymity and intimacy provides fertile ground for admissions that might never be aired in ”real” life. Even when real names are known, the medium — a step removed from physical contact and thus, perhaps, from perceived consequences — somehow evokes a closed-curtain, hush-toned closeness that draws people out in occasionally astonishing ways.