A new exhibit puts visitors in the center of creation and puts money back in artists’ pockets.
A CHILD IN THE forest has no rules. Through a touch of bark or the smell of pine needles, they can summon their own worlds into existence. A stick becomes a wand to conjure spirits, a pine cone a bomb to ward off enemies. A child in the forest is the master of invisible worlds.
When curator Kelsey Karper and her Factory Obscura colleagues decided to take on the challenge of creating a completely immersive art space in Oklahoma City, that idea of exploration and freedom was what they hoped to recreate.
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