Outer space is coming soon to Manhattan.
A new exhibit promises to engage visitors in galactic data from the James Webb Space Telescope.
Starting June 1, in collaboration with NASA, New York’s latest “immersive” experience will debut at ARTeCHOUSE – the experiential arts studio located in Chelsea Market’s former boiler room.
called “beyond the lightThe show promises to “immerse” you in the timeless story of the light around us “through never-before-seen views captured by the telescope, the largest and most powerful of its kind, and carried Is send back stunning images Since its launch in 2021.
“‘Beyond the Light’ is an original artistic expression of science, data and space exploration for a 21st-century audience with the help of the latest experiential technology,” Sandro Kereselidze, co-founder and chief creative officer of Artekhouse, told the Post. “Conceived through multiple collaborative sessions between Artekhouse Studios and NASA scientists, it is an innovative blend of scientific and artistic storytelling that we hope will help bring our universe closer and fuel our imaginations.”
The show will be anchored by a 25-minute “cinematic journey” about the existential theme of how humans have experienced light over time.
There will also be six subsidiary establishments covering the Moon, heliophysics, climate science and others.
There will be an original musical score accompanying the visual components.
Past ARTECHOUSE exhibits have filled the intimate, subterranean space in themed projections – making for a highly photogenic, all-consuming digital overlay of reality, abstract to interpret, to move through. Entertaining.
(Previous shows have included color-based collaborations.) with pantone,
After immersing New Yorkers in its colorful, out-of-this-world displays, the show is set to relocate to Washington, D.C. this fall.
General admission tickets start at $25, with discounts available for students, seniors, military and first responders, family packs, and New York and New Jersey residents.
“Beyond the Light” will be open 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. at 439 W. 15th St., seven days a week.