This trippy art show puts you inside the mind of Marvel's newest hero - Metro US

This trippy art show puts you inside the mind of Marvel’s newest hero

Marvel’s latest supernatural TV show will be like nothing you’ve seen before. In Legion, coming to FX on Feb. 8, David Haller thinks his lifelong visions are a result of schizophrenia — until an encounter with a mysterious woman with special powers makes him realize the things he sees might be real after all.

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To get a better sense of Marvel’s new (eventual) hero, check out FX’s pop-up immersive art gallery Where?House this weekend. For three days beginning this Friday, Jan. 27 at Williamsburg’s Villain warehouse, you can step inside five artists’ interpretation of David’s troubled mind. Experience a picture of broken objects that only makes sense from the right point of view, or see an augmented reality painting that shows David’s conflict in bright, bursting, burning animation. A hall of fragmented mirrors — like being in an MC Escher painting — disorients you on your way to objects that cast shadows they shouldn’t and more trippy surprises.

Where&House is open from noon to 9 p.m. on Friday and Saturday, with music and specialty beer from 7-9 p.m., and noon to 4 p.m. on Sunday.

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