Looking for some inspiration? There are several immersive art exhibits in Seattle right now that give you the chance to see art in a totally new way! From bright, eye-catching paintings to distorted digital mirrors, wave, and sound installations, we have you covered.

Here are just a few you can check today!

StreetHaze’s Hyper Mirror at WNDR Museum


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The Hyper Mirror exhibit at WNDR Museum Seattle is an immersive installation that uses mirrors and light to create an otherworldly experience. Visitors can expect to be transported to a surreal and dreamlike environment, blending reality with the digital world where their reflections are distorted and multiplied in a mesmerizing display of light and color. Keep in mind most of the exhibits here are immersive so be sure to check out all of the exhibitions.

Where: 904 Alaskan Way
Hours: Daily 12 PM-9 PM
Cost: $32

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FLÓÐ at National Nordic Museum

FLÓÐ highlights the natural connections between the coastal cities of Seattle and Reykjavik. It was created by Jónsi (Jón Þór Birgisson), lead singer of Icelandic post-rock band Sigur Rós. The audio installation is accompanied by lights, mist, fog, and even the scent of seaweed.

Where: 2655 NW Market Street
Hours: Tuesday-Sunday 10 AM-5 PM
Cost: $20

Sarah Cain at Henry Art Gallery

Sarah Cain’s show at the Henry Art Gallery is a collection of abstract paintings, sculptures, and installations that explore the relationship between color, space, and form. Visitors can expect to be immersed in a sensory experience of vibrant hues and intricate patterns, as they explore the artist’s unique vision of abstract expressionism.

Where: 15th Avenue NE + NE 41st Street
Hours: Thursday 10 AM–7 PM, Friday-Sunday 10 AM–5 PM
Cost:  $0–20 suggested donation