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Get Spooked At Mysterious Al’s New Multi-Sensory Ghost Train Experience

By Ioana Dragnef
16th Mar 2021

a painted neon mural that says SPOOKHOUSE

While we spent the bulk of 2020 getting spooked by reality, we’re finally ready to get spooked in the ‘fun’ Melbourne way: by attending terrifying multi-sensory art exhibitions.

Lucky for us, Mysterious Al has spent the last two years figuring out how to showcase 70 of his new artworks in tandem with a multi-sensory art exhibition experience set inside a re-imagined fairground ghost train. And if just reading the words ‘fairground ghost train’ strung together has you spooked already, to be honest: same.

Aptly named SPOOKHOUSE—just so there’s no confusion over how spooky this thing is—this new experience will have you climb aboard a rickety cart and lead you through a twisting labyrinth of animated characters, paintings, projections and special effects all created by Mysterious Al.

“Like a Pixar movie, my artworks have different subtexts for adults and children,” Mysterious Al says. “SPOOKHOUSE is a truly unique exhibition experience that will appeal to viewers of all ages, and invite everyone to interpret the works in their own individual ways.”

Once you’ve gone through the SPOOKHOUSE, you’ll be able to check out Mysterious Al’s latest exhibition (featuring the aforementioned 70 new artworks) and a gift shop with exclusive merch. To ensure the best possible experience, each viewing session allows a 60 minute visit for up to 100 people, so get booking.

The Details

When: Friday 19 – 28 Sunday March 2021
Where: 35-53 Emma Street, Collingwood
For more information,
click here.

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Image credit: SPOOKHOUSE by Mysterious Al

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