Can you imagine wandering through an apparently infinite space full of captivating lights similar to Yayoi Kusama’s infinity rooms? Or walking inside a psychedelic room that is constantly changing as if you were inside a dream? There is an exhibition in Mexico City that invites you to live this experience. It is called Dreams and it reopened in August after being closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Dreams is an immersive exhibition that combines eccentric stages and sculptures with technology to tell a story related to dreams in which everyone can feel identified. It was created by Fantasy Lab, a collective of artists and technology experts.
The experience is comprised of eight different spaces, set not only visually but also with specially selected music. It is a surrealist journey that makes you remember both your best moments and your worst fears.
In addition to the space that reminds of Yayoi Kusama, you can also find a dark stage that seems to have been taken out of a horror movie, a room that resembles the sky full of stars, and a mirror labyrinth with neon messages.
You are allowed to take as many pictures as you want to amaze your followers on Instagram as long as you do not use the flash.
Location, schedule, and cost
The immersive exhibition is located in Metrópoli Patriotismo, a mall located at 229 Patriotismo Avenue, San Pedro de los Pinos.
It will be open from 11:00 to 17:00 during August and September.
People of all ages can attend from 13:00 to 15:00, however, only people older than 15 years old are allowed after 17:00.
Currently, tickets cost MXN $340 per person.
From October through December, only people older than 15 years old will be allowed to visit the exhibition.
During those months, the exhibition will be open Monday through Wednesday from 15:00 to 22:00; Thursday and Friday from 15:00 to 23:00; Saturday from 11:00 to 23:00, and Sunday from 11:00 to 21:00.
You will spend an hour inside the exhibition.
The box office sells tickets at the moment you arrive but it is best to purchase them online to prevent any contagions.
Before you enter, they will check your temperature and you must wear a face mask at all times.
A guide will be with you during your visit.
Source: El Universal