From Albuquerque Journal reporter Jackie Jadrnak...
You walk through the entry and stand in the front yard of a Victorian home. All is quiet, except for the chirping of crickets.
Entering the house, you see the living room where the uncle of the family often snoozes, but a prickling disquiet from a sense of absence builds when, in the dining room, you see scorch marks and a chandelier askew, caught in some corkscrew of time.
The house, and the family that lived there, have been hit by a break in the time-space continuum, with wormholes attaching to the house to transport visitors in both time and space.
Welcome to the House of Eternal Return – or at least to the concept that is rapidly becoming concrete.
Well, actually, it’s mostly wood, metal and a specially fabricated sculpting material, sKratch.
“We will take people inside a sci-fi novel,” promised Vince Kadlubek, CEO of Meow Wolf, the artists’ collective behind the ambitious project.