LMNL | A Labyrinth Of Immersive Art

I'm very excited to share this post with you all today as we travel beyond limits of imagination into an inspiring and unique labyrinth of immersive art that was designed to inspire, amaze and transform. For a few weeks, Rudy and I had been trying to plan a day to go to San Francisco to visit Onedome, a venue that is filled with entertaining interactive arts. Due to the constant rain, our trip kept getting postponed. LMNL is located inside of Onedome and was created in collaboration with eleven new media and visual artists from all around the world. It contains 14 interactive rooms and installations with out of this world fun. This exhibit was very much magical. Rudy and I had the best time and took tons of photos that I've been dying to share. Now without further ado, Welcome to LMNL.

Immediately upon entry, you are welcomed by stunning art in every direction you go in. This is what I like to call a bit of a sneak peek of what you will be seeing during your visit. Inside of Onedome they currently have two exhibits going on, LMNL and The Unreal Garden. I wanted to check out both but we decided to do LMNL for the day, we can always come back to visit The Unreal Garden some other time especially since for the garden you get to wear goggles throughout your experience. Rudy and I thought that would make taking pictures a little more difficult. Tickets are sold separately for each installment but if you choose to check out both tickets are sold at a discounted rate.
Inside Onedome they have the Elixart Cafe where you can hang out and lounge around at with no ticket purchase required. I was very tempted to order myself a drink but it was pretty early in the morning still and the bar was quite packed.
During your visit, you are given two whole hours to enjoy which is fantastic. Rudy and I walked around all the installments twice and we managed to do that all in an hour's time. As you enter LMNL on the wall they have the names and art of all the artist's work that you are about to see. 

Let me tell you guys real quick before jumping into all the photos, this exhibit was phenomenal! I absolutely loved it all I couldn't believe how people can create such amazing and creative work. Rudy and I really enjoyed our time here which I'm sure you will get to see through all the photos we took. Forewarning, when I say there are a bunch of photos, we literally took a bunch! We were lucky to have been able to capture great photographs that I felt it was a must to add as many of them as I possibly could into this post. What else is new with me always sharing a photo-overloaded post? Haha! I'll admit that there were even a few pictures that I decided not to include so that it wouldn't make this post any longer than it already is. Alrighty, so here are the photographs we took during our visit to LMNL! Enjoy!
What were some of your favorite art pieces from LMNL? Have you or are you planning on visiting any of these installments? If you have what was your favorite part?


  1. So many great pictures! LMNL was such a trip. It felt like you entered an unknown world of art. I love how all of your pictures turned out! The first picture of you is my favorite and also the one inside the light box! Looooove! This post made me even more excited to share my visit!

    1. Thank you Imelda. It was so much fun I loved it. I can't wait to read your post on it!


  2. It looks amazing!

    Mariya | www.brunetteondemand.com


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