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Lost in the Funhouse

House of Eternal Return (Photo courtesy of Meow Wolf)

House of Eternal Return is an overwhelming — 20,000 square feet! — immersive experience dreamed up by Meow Wolf, a Santa Fe art collective turned production company. Upon its March opening, the interactive art piece — realized through a multimillion dollar investment by Santa Fe resident George R.R. Martin, who also happens to own the local Jean Cocteau Cinema arthouse — garnered national attention from such mainstream outlets as The New York Times and NPR (which called it “Pee-wee’s Playhouse on steroids”), and drew the likes of Martin and Neil Gaiman. Yet at this moment, when artists are scrambling to […]

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