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Elsewhere at Wonderspaces Arizona

The artists of Elsewhere prompt us to question our reality. Their installations rewrite the laws that govern the physical world and our interactions with it. Departing from what we know to be true, they offer glimpses into what else there can be, moments where their realities become ours. Welcome to Elsewhere.

Challenging perceptions, inviting exploration, and encouraging thoughtful dialogue. These are the intentions of “Elsewhere,” a new immersive art show at Wonderspaces at Scottsdale Fashion Square that will run through March 2020. The new show presents 13 interactive and participatory art installations from artists around the world.

Wonderspaces' first show, "Point of View," debuted last spring, and became a statewide attraction among thousands of visitors of all ages. Now, “Elsewhere” is captivating new audiences and re-engaging past visitors.

The artists of “Elsewhere” prompt visitors to question their reality. The dynamic curation of art installations rewrites the laws that govern the physical world and human interactions with it, offering glimpses into what other realities may be possible. Because each installation relies on an individual's sensory perceptions, the impression every piece elicits is as unique as each visitor.


Oct 12, 2019 - Mar 29, 2020


7014 E. Camelback Rd. Suite 584
Scottsdale, AZ 85251


Tues-Sun noon to 10 p.m. 


Tickets for “Elsewhere” are released by time slot and require arrival within the designated 15-minute entry window. Tickets are available at the box office, and advance tickets can also be purchased online at

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