Ethan Turpin Project

Artist in Residence April 2019

Ethan Turpin in front of his Burn Cycle Project at CAW. Photo by Nicole Berry.

Ethan Turpin in front of his Burn Cycle Project at CAW. Photo by Nicole Berry.

The Burn Cycle Project started as a design and production service in 2013 to help grow understanding of wildfire’s risks, roles, and behaviors. We offer immersive and interactive media experiences for both professionals and residents living near fire-lands. Content is generated through collaborations with fire services, scientists, artists, journalists, and educators, for exhibition in public spaces. Whether from the fireline or a data-stream, we communicate what will grab and hold attention.