Traveling through Penn Station can seem like an alternate reality, but just a block away is an experience that truly bends the concept of reality.
ZeroSpace uses immersive art to transport you to another “portal.”
The 25,000-square-foot space tucked away in midtown Manhattan looks unassuming from the outside. But step inside and it feels as though you’re in another dimension.
“ZeroSpace is a combination of two things most people haven’t experienced before,” cofounder Jordan Lejuwaan told “GMA.”
“It’s part large-scale, technology-driven art installations like projection mapping and lasers, and immersive theater.”