Austin's newest art experience is "Hopscotch: Light and Sound," an immersive maze of interactive exhibits dreamed up by local artists. For the show's opening party, guests roamed through sculptures that act like real-life Snapchat filters, a sky made out of balloons, and rooms filled with sound-reactive lights. A day at the show is the perfect way spruce up your social feed and make your DMs light up with messages saying, "Where are you?!"
Catch the show at 6100 Airport Blvd. now through March 31.
Amy Haley immerses herself in Matrix, a collaborative effort by the Hopscotch team featuring suspended lights synchronized with sound, creating waves of light around the viewer.
Paul Rafael and Joshua Kaufman enjoy Sound Spirits by Dadageek, which combines projection mapping and live video to create colorful oversized animated sculptures.
Artist Nate Culpepper stands in front of Paint with RGB Wall by Jared Ficklin and Joey Ficklin.
Sean Dye, Jacqueline Mangione, and Nick Moreau enjoy the giant ball pit that greets guests when they arrive.
Moses Elias, Tiffany Hunter, Darija, and Charles Moon.
Sarah Young and Amy Rattananiad.
Gemini 6B by Mickey Delp is an interactive music and light installation named after the Gemini 6A spaceflight, which was the first time that music was played in space.
Kirk Van Sickle, Kristen Hubby, and Jesus Acosta.
Abbie Squier, Chrissy Dickerson, and Cheyenne Doerr.
Shayda Torabi, Nick Moreau, Shelby Sorrel, Jacquelyn Mangione, and Sean Dye.
Caleb Contreras, Robert Sewell, and Moses Elias.
Zeph Rexx and Zoe Sol.
Nate Culpepper and Stacey Pineapple of the Balloon Collective.
Emily Pratt controls the giant balloon sky called Thunder and Lightning, created by the Balloon Collective.
Artist Matt Elson and Jennifer Sinski.