From KERA News:
A busy neon kingdom straight out of a sci-fi movie. Tim Burton-esque heads mounted across the walls. A massive 16-foot blob of sparkling colors, dripping onto the floor. These are just a few details in the immersive spaces inside Meow Wolf Grapevine.
The Arts Access team got an exclusive first look inside the new location before it opens next week. “The Real Unreal” exhibition takes place inside the home of a fictional multigenerational family and follows the story of the characters who live inside. The story’s protagonist, Jared Fuqua, takes a journey through different portals across his imagination, as his family searches to find him and bring him home.
From dark, leafy forests with tiny glowing lights to a mysterious refrigerator portal, visitors will be able to navigate through more than 30 rooms and hallways inside this seemingly ever-expanding house, which put the details of Jared’s life and mind under a psychedelic microscope.