What if the world was a place were you would be free to express yourself in whatever way that happens to be?
What if people wouldn’t be afraid to show their diversity and feel accepted without any need to conform?
What if someone’s value was determined by his personality and function in the community, not by his salary or status?
What if everyone would just give, without being asked or expecting anything back and the world would be ruled by the “Gift Economy”?
What if art, music, performances were free, available to anyone at any time and only a few steps away from your door?
What if there was no war or religion and anyone could follow freely his own spirituality?
What if… a place like this already exists?
A journey to Black Rock City, the city of 50,000 people that is literally built up every year since 1986 in the occasion of the Burning Man Festival right in the middle of the Nevada Desert, in one of the harshest, unimaginable terrain of the world.