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ARTECHOUSE New York

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  • Admission to the current temporary exhibitions

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Life of a Neuron (Until 14 July 2022)

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According to ARTECHOUSE’s Co-Founder and Managing Director, “ARTECHOUSE has no walls, we are a constellation of spaces, people, platforms, ideas, products.” Now, let’s find out what you actually do at ARTECHOUSE!

In a sentence, ARTECHOUSE is a space where art, science and technology meet – using powerful projectors and hyperreal sound technology, incredible artistic designs are thrown across the floors and walls leaving you totally immersed inside incredible, custom-designed exhibitions.

A visit to ARTECHOUSE’s latest exhibition lasts an hour and there are time slots available every 30 minutes.

ARTECHOUSE NYC tickets aren't free, but kids under four can enter for free and NY & NJ residents receive a $5 discount on tickets from Monday to Friday.

ARTECHOUSE NYC opened in Chelsea Market’s historic Boiler Room in August 2019. The 6,000-square-foot space is located beneath the market’s main concourse.

The artistic organization’s New York location started strong with Machine Hallucination, an exhibit from Turkish artist Refik Anadol.

Machine Hallucination challenged the conventional idea of “space” by utilizing artificial intelligence and machine learning algorithms to reveal hidden connections between moments in architectural history.

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About: ARTECHOUSE New York

ARTECHOUSE New York takes state-of-the-art exhibitions to the next level! Far from your usual museum, this immersive art experience places cutting-edge technology and science at the heart of its visitor journey, making it one of the most unique artistic destinations in New York.

Beyond just looking at the art, you'll physically become a part of it, as incredible experiential exhibitions turn theoretical physics and mind-warping math into stunning, interactive light art.

Exhibitions vary throughout the year but are always guaranteed to leave you wondering about the relationship between art and science, and the essential role of the observer in each field.

Wednesday 10:00 - 22:00
Thursday 10:00 - 22:00
Friday 10:00 - 22:00
Saturday 10:00 - 22:00
Sunday 10:00 - 22:00
Monday 10:00 - 22:00
Tuesday 10:00 - 22:00
ARTECHOUSE New York
439 W 15th St, NY 10011, New York
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