The beholding beauty of the San Francisco skyline and the midnight moonlight form a perfect backdrop for the silhouette of the 40-foot "Bliss Dance".
A sculpture of a naked woman standing on one foot as she dances, hands in the air, "Bliss Dance" is lit by 1,000 LED lights and was created by Italian born Bay Area artist Marco Cochrane for the popular annual 'Burning Man' festival in 2010.
Marco explains his motivation behind "Bliss Dance":
Seen from another angle against the backdrop of the star filled dark sky, Bliss seems to turn into an expression of mixed emotions of contemplation and an infused need for spatial independence.
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