WNDR Museum’s art and tech exhibits arrives in Seattle

You can interact with a light-up floor.

A lighted, digital floor with a young girl on the left manipulating the shapes with her hand.

Why yes — you can touch the art at the WNDR Museum without getting in trouble.

Photo via WNDR Museum

Seeing is believing — WNDR Museum has brought its trippy, eye-catching interactive art experience to downtown Seattle as a permanent fixture.

The 13,000-sqft space at 904 Alaskan Way opens today, featuring works from international artists, collectives, designers, and other creative mad scientists. Here, guests can engage with 20+ exhibits that meld unique visions with tech.

Among the displays is a virtual reality installation created by the manga-influenced OseanWorld and a translucent greenhouse from flora&faunavisions, complete with a digitized storm. Also look out for:

  • Hyper mirror | Combines an infinity mirror effect with a digital screen
  • Light floor | Lying on pressure sensors? Seems kinda soothing
  • Starry pumpkin | A fiberglass gourd by legendary Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama

The year-round attraction is open daily from 12 p.m. to 9 p.m. Prices start at $32 for adults and $22 for children. Look for possible new additions to the museum throughout 2023.

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