Factory Obscura earns Newsweek recognition
An Oklahoma City-based artist collective creating immersive experiences gained national recognition by appearing in Newsweek’s list of most interesting immersive art experiences around the world.
Newsweek ranked OKC’s Factory Obscura as No. 2 on the list that considered immersive exhibits around the world. The current installment, called Mix-Tape, is a collective, interactive piece designed for visitors of all ages. Mix-Tape is a hand-crafted 20th century classic audio biography that covers over 6,000 square feet.
The Mix-Tape exhibit is open beginning at 11 a.m. Wednesday through Sunday at 25 NW 9th Street. Advance tickets can be purchased here.