The Burninator II is a large-scale fire installation. It consists of nearly 1000 feet of computer-sequenced propane burning flame towers arranged in a line.
It was originally shown at Burning Man 2006, and since then at various fire arts festivals, including the Crucible's Fire Arts Festival in Oakland CA in July 2007, where it surrounded the stage and audience.
See some photos and video shot of the Burninator II in action. Here's the Burninator II visible from space!!!
Here's a presentation about the Burninator II given at the 2006 Desert Arts Preview at the Crucible in Oakland, CA.
There is no doubt that there is an environmental impact from burning 3 tons of propane for an art exhibit. An estimated 15-20,000 pounds of carbon dioxide were created during the running of the Burninator II. This CO2 was offset by contributions to carbon offset organizations: Terrapass and NativeEnergy.