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Take in the immersive art experience that is ahha tulsa.

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It’s true that immersive art experiments are all the rage in the wake of Meow Wolf, ahha, in the heart of downtown, is Tulsa’s turn at it.

While installations like Oklahoma City’s Factory Obscura rely heavily upon tactile experience, ahha’s current set of upstairs exhibitions, known as THE EXPERIENCE: IMAGINE bends towards an atmospheric and environmental edge, washing visitors in not only digital glow but a chance to manipulate and discover inner worlds contained within corporeal reality (there’s more than one metal compartment within a metal structure inside IMAGINE.)

This round was created exclusively by Tulsa artists, including Andy Arkley, Justice David Gutierrez, Katherine Hair, Alton Markham, Emily Simonds and John White.

Here are a few images, but words can’t really convey what it’s like to visit ahha.

Admission also includes access to the revolving gallery on the first floor. Adult tickets are $16.75, with free admission for members of the 501(c)3. nonprofit.

BERLIN GREEN
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