The Founder Of Burning Man’s ‘Robot Heart’ Collective Has Died

A Facebook post revealed that George Mueller, aka Geo, suffered a sudden cerebral aneurysm.

Robot Heart is one of Burning Man’s most famous collectives and hosts a music stage where some of the world’s best-known DJ’s have played.

The collective describes itself as “a collective of creators and dreamers, artists and entrepreneurs,” and its motto is “Bringing Love and Beats into the World“.

Some of the artists famed for performing DJ sets at the collective’s Burning Man stage include the likes of Lee Burridge, Guy Gerber, Acid Pauli, Francesca Lombardo and DJ Tennis alongside many others.

It’s been revealed in a Facebook post, that the Robot Heart founder George Mueller, aka Geo, suffered a sudden cerebral aneurysm during a skiing holiday, and passed away surrounded by family and friends. Apparently, he felt no pain as he died.

The message in the post went on to say: “Geo was a passionate innovator, entrepreneur, creator and community builder with a unique vision and profound ability to bring people together to do extraordinary things. He is survived by his wife, Ting, children Astro (4) and Xing (2), brothers Gary, Greg and Grant, and his mother Diane. He also leaves behind all of us who were touched and inspired by Robot Heart and the magical tribe and extended family he brought together. A virtual memorial service will take place in April. We hope to celebrate Geo’s life in person at Playa in August.

With the deepest sorrow, we share that George Mueller (“Geo”), the founder of Robot Heart, has left this world for the…

Posted by Robot Heart on Tuesday, 23 March 2021


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