Frequent festgoers may be familiar with Andy "Android" Jones, the Colorado-based artist whose trippy digital works were projected inside giant domes at Burning Man and Coachella. If you're intrigued by the concept of "Electromineralism with a tendency of Pop-Shamanism" (yeah, we're still trying to wrap our heads around that too), save yourself a drive to the desert and drive to DTLA, where Jones' trippy wonders are part of a massive new art park.
The park's latest lineup features Jones' Samskara exhibition, which boasts over 70 works in nine formats, including virtual reality stations, live performances, digital canvasses, and "a spherical movie theater," to name a few.
Prog-rock superfans will dig this month's Beyond the Wall show, an epic concert featuring the music of Pink Floyd performed by the band's saxophonist, Scott Page, alongside a supergroup featuring members of Jane's Addiction and Fishbone as well as musicians who've played with Michael Jackson and Dr. Dre, among others.
Digging the domes? Tickets to Samskara are $9 for kids, $19 for students, and $29 for general admission and can be purchased online here. For that Pink Floyd-powered show, tickets are $49 for general admission, $59 for reserved seating, $99 for reserved sofa seating and VIP lounge access, and $249 for an experience that includes a "
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