We went thinking it was going to be a Kim exhibit but, reading up the night before we realized it would be nothing like an exhibit. We were not disappointed! The admission line was long but moved fast (we could have bought tickets on line and used a separate queue). In the theatre, you’re presented with an irregularly. Shaped space and the light artists have been creative in using all the angles to great effect. The only thing we could compare this to was an i-max screening on steroids. The visuals were non-stop great and the accompanying music amplified the effect. Should mention that all ages were there. There is little internal seating in the flat-floored theatre but that went well with the style of the presentation as people seemed to enjoy moving their vantage points during the presentation.
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