Wonderspaces Virtual Reality Film Series—Triple feature
- Arts and entertainment
- Campus life
- Family friendly
- Open to the public
Shigeto: Hovering by Conor Grebel and 79Ancestors is a transcendent tale of life-giving water brought to a dying planet. Constructed largely from physical elements digitally-scanned in nature, the vivid audiovisual collaboration offers an extraterrestrial virtual world built from terrestrial artifacts.
Dinner Party created by Charlotte Stoudt, Laura Wexler, Angel Soto, Skybound, Ryot and Telexist is based on the story of Betty and Barney HIll, the couple who reported the first nationally known UFO abduction case in America in the 1960’s.
Ayahuasca Kosmik Journey directed by Jan Kounen, based on his 17 years of experience traveling to the Amazon, takes you on a healing voyage into the Peruvian jungle to see this sacred and mysterious ritual through his eyes.
This triple feature experience is recommended for ages 13 and up.
Tickets for the first six films and experiences will be on sale starting Oct. 17 at https://arizona.wonderspaces.com/tickets. Tickets are $16 for adults and $12 for children under 13, $10 for all ASU students with ID and $10 for Wonderspaces members. Each visit runs for approximately 50 minutes and showtimes start on the hour from noon to 7 p.m. during exhibition weekends.
Based in Los Angeles, Wonderspaces has been presenting extraordinary and accessible art to new audiences through ticketed shows since 2017 and currently operates shows year-round in Scottsdale, Philadelphia and Austin.
Over a quarter million people have experienced Wonderspaces at Scottsdale Fashion Square in Old Town Scottsdale, which runs year-round and features a rotating lineup of immersive and interactive art.
To learn more, visit wonderspaces.com, @wonderspaces or @wonderspacesaz on social media, or contact Wonderspaces Arizona General Manager Tera Tate at email@example.com.
Image: Courtesy of Wonderspaces