Art
What We’re Cooking for Meow Wolf Grapevine!
A little glimpse into the production of our upcoming permanent exhibition in Grapevine, Texas.
BY
Quinn Fati
January 26, 2023

By now, you already know that Meow Wolf’s next location will be opening this Summer 2023 in Grapevine, Texas (Dallas-Fort Worth metro area). What you may not know is what to expect once you get there! Without spoiling the big reveal, we’d like to give you a taste of what we’re cooking up for Meow Wolf’s fourth permanent exhibition.

latern-shaped gnome houses, perhaps? something in the making for Meow Wolf Grapevine
Darling little homes, or perhaps space pods, or maybe fresh propagations for an alien seed garden?
Piece by Olivia Brown. Photo courtesy of Shayla Blatchford.

pink stingray type creature floating in blue liquid in a mason jar
This is you when you were a baby. Do you remember?
Piece by Jazmin Novak. Photo courtesy of Shayla Blatchford.

design of a mosaic, using materials that look like scrambled eggs and tomatoes, laid out that looks like vines coming from an orb.
One of the most decorative pieces going into Grapevine, made entirely of scrambled eggs, tomatos, and licorice! A fortified breakfast.
Piece by Emmanuelle John. Photo courtesy of Shayla Blatchford.

turquoise ghost with a pink face and neon bulb around the edge
Ghosts of a technocratic future.
Piece by Jess Webb. Photo courtesy of Shayla Blatchford.

large (maybe human-sized) flower structures with beautiful pink and blue petals
The cousins of Amorphophallus titanum, except these ones smell like food that has yet to exist in this timeline.
Piece by Jaelah Kuehmichel. Photo courtesy of Shayla Blatchford.

inside an RV with a sink full of dishes, cactus, and aluminum foil
Don’t forget to scrub the folds.
Piece by Jaelah Kuehmichel. Photo courtesy of Shayla Blatchford.

lots of tiny fragments of varying sizes and shapes lined up n horizontal rows
An elaborate image of what rocks might look like 200 years from now.
Piece by Ben Ortega. Photo courtesy of Shayla Blatchford.

three black pieces, almost like long fingers with warts on them, coming down from the ceiling of a warehouse
Biblically accurate goth angel.
Piece by Emmanuelle John. Photo courtesy of Shayla Blatchford.

Our recently hired technician.
Photo courtesy of Shayla Blatchford.

See y'all in Texas!

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