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This Trippy ‘Infinity Mirrors’ Installation Opens In Chicago Next Month

For $32, guests will get to walk through the kaleidoscopic rooms filled with endless lights and reflective orbs.

Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama’s immersive art experience “Let’s Survive Forever” debuted at wndr museum in 2018.
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WEST LOOP — Art fans looking to capture a captivating selfie will have their chance when one of the iconic Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama’s art installation’s opens in the West Loop next month.

Kusama’s immersive art experience “Let’s Survive Forever” will debut in the soon-to-open wndr museum, 1130 W. Monroe St., on Aug. 17. The art and science pop-up experience is a collaborative effort with more than 20 artists, designers and creatives from Chicago and around the world, a museum spokesperson said. 

For $32, guests will get to walk through the museum’s rooms, which include 10 never-before-seen art installations specifically commissioned for the museum. 

Tickets to the museum are on sale now.

Check out the the museum preview below.