Onedome Artist Collective “Enchanted Glade”
The Enchanted Glade was another room next to Funky Forest & we decided to skip it. There are only two chairs, so the wait time could take a while if everyone wants to experience it.
Gabriel Pulecio “Tiles of Virtual Space”
This room had the longest line because of how small the space was, only a limited number of people could get in at a time. You have to stand vertically in here & wave your arms around for the lights to change. We didn’t understand that until our time was up. You’re only allowed about 3 minutes in here.
This was the next room to have the longest line. Each person is allowed only 30 seconds to enter through the Prana. Since the lights constantly change, it’s quite difficult trying to get the “perfect” lighting for a photo. You could wait in line again to try & get the best photo, but it’s really difficult to time it correctly. I’ve heard of other museums having better light experiences like the Pace Gallery, the LACMA, or Wonderspaces.
Storylab Interactive “The Cube/Intergalactic”
This was one of the last rooms of the LMNL experience. It is also similar to the other rooms we previously visited. The lights in the screen change depending on your body movement. If you wave your hands or feet around, watch how the light changes on the screen & on the floor.
I’m not exactly sure which room is this one, but it seemed like nothing really changed in here or had guests being able to interact with it. We all thought the flowers would move or change if we moved our arms or hands around, but we didn’t see anything.
Overall, I’d have to say this pop-up art museum/installation was pretty underwhelming. We were told the estimated time we would spend here would be 2 hours & maybe that is the case for people with children because it seemed more family-friendly. We were able to complete it an an hour. I also feel like this place is more video/vlogger friendly because of how different all of the lighting is, it’s a challenge trying to get the photo you want.