Scott Cohen wants to help you meet your goals—by burning them in front of everyone. On East Fremont between 9th and 10th streets, he’s currently developing his Burning Man-inspired, 24-by-24-foot Life Cube, which will showcase not only art, but aspirations written on either the Cube itself or postcard-like “wish sticks” deposited into smaller cubes. On March 21, the whole project will go up in flames, unleashing everyone’s dreams into the air. It’s a crowdsourced project, so anyone seeking to contribute time, creations, money or wishes should visit lifecubeproject.com.
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