Imagine, for a moment, a house.
It’s green, two stories, and slightly gothic with fancy details on the balcony and roof.
It’s nighttime, so the lights are on.
The inside of the house is a little outdated, but normal — there’s a kitchen and a dining room and so on.
But then you open the refrigerator, or duck through the fireplace, or dive into the dryer, and that's where the story takes a very strange turn.
"Then you essentially enter what we call 'the multiverse, which is basically a collage of inter-dimensional, imaginative spaces that have been developed by the Meow Wolf collective," said Vince Kadlubek, the group's CEO.
"[The spaces are] interactive, they're immersive, they're colorful, mysterious, playful, magical, and they all kind of like fit together with each other inside of this maze-like world that really transports audiences beyond what they have ever seen before."
Winston Fisher, partner, Fisher Brothers and Area15; Vince Kadlubek, CEO, Meow Wolf arts collective
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