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Groundbreaking Exhibitions

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Step through time and space and discover Houston’s new home for technology-driven art.

Three unique artistic experiences all reveal our universe through the latest in experiential storytelling. Coming to life across 26,000 square feet of immersive, interactive, and cinematic installations, you will get a chance to discover:

BEYOND THE LIGHT, an Award-winning ARTECHOUSE Studio original production in collaboration with NASA. Using the latest images from the James Webb Space and Hubble Space Telescopes, “Beyond the Light” is a thrilling interstellar journey into the deepest reaches of the cosmos across 8 immersive or interactive installations.

INTANGIBLE FORMS, Japanese multimedia artist Shohei Fujimoto employs choreographed lasers, strobes and moving lights to explore the universal connections between living beings and their realities. Each piece from the exhibit offers you the chance to contemplate what it means to be human amid chaos and order. **Please note that this exhibition features lasers, strobes, and water-based haze effects and is not recommended for those with a history of light sensitivity.

ETERNAL LIFE, created by ARTECHOUSE Studio in collaboration with the Nobel Prize Museum, this installation explores existence through Nobel Prize-winning works such as the celestial orbits and the revolutionary CRISPR/Cas9 gene-editing technology.

Join us in the lobby of ARTECHOUSE Houston at the XR Bar where drinks comes to life with extended reality activations.

“At ARTECHOUSE, we believe the future of art lies in pushing boundaries and exploring new horizons through technology. We are thrilled to bring this vision to Houston, a city renowned for its dynamic and forward-thinking spirit. Our aim is not just to display art but to create a space where art meets innovation, engaging audiences in new and transformative ways. Houston’s vibrant cultural scene makes it the perfect place to explore these exciting possibilities.” — Sandro Kereselidze, Founder and Chief Creative Officer at ARTECHOUSE

About the artist


Beyond the Light, Eternal Life

Powered by passion, ARTECHOUSE Studio is an interdisciplinary collaborative culture working at the forefront of art and technology to develop, produce and present world-class technology-driven exhibitions and the most advanced presentation platforms that ignite the imagination.

About the artist

Shohei Fujimoto

Intangible Forms

Shohei Fujimoto is a Japanese multi-media artist who explores perception and space through the minimal and precise use of controlled light from laser projectors.

Light, time, and autonomy are recurring motifs that travelled throughout Intangible Forms and coded operations serve as a building block for Fujimoto’s process of exploration. Often, he refers to code and the mathematical operations as the invisible markers that create form. Sculpting imagery not in a particular shape, but sculpting the mathematical operations behind the image to give shape. Both intricate and alluring, Fujimoto’s works are prime examples for a new way of drawing and creating visual artworks.

Artechouse Houston

A pioneer in the field of innovative digital and experiential art, ARTECHOUSE expands the possibilities of art and how we experience it through innovative technology-driven exhibitions and experiences. ​​ARTECHOUSE connects progressive ideas, artists and audiences to stimulate innovation and creativity at the intersection of art, science and technology. From immersive art spaces to an extended reality (XR) mobile app, ARTECHOUSE is where curiosity-seekers of all ages go to experience creative innovation without limits. Founded in 2015, ARTECHOUSE has become the premier destination, both online and offline, for genre-pushing, technology-driven art.

Located at 600 W. 6th Street in The Heights Neighborhood , just steps from M-K-T and The Heights Hike and Bike Trail, ARTECHOUSE Houston features 26,000 square feet of tech-driven environment with multiple galleries designed to showcase groundbreaking works by the world’s leading digital and tech focused artists. 

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"Amazing! Must see. Artechouse is the most fun I’ve had in a long time. The perfect fusion between technology and art."

Ayanah G.

"Truly an experience that changes your perception of what art can be. It transcends the typical idea of a medium and puts you into each piece and lets you become part of it."

Dag Y.

"Amazing installation, fun for families and a great interactive exhibit for young and old."

Sherry T.

"Looking for a cool and modern art exhibit? This is the place to be!"

Daniel C.

"Artechouse is pretty much my favorite place in the DMV area. Just being immersed in such technological genius and is an incredibly amazing experience."

Rhainie F.

"This is a one-of-a-kind, experiential destination filled with discovery, wonder, and sensory activation. This magical space brings art and technology together, where a curious adult can feel like they’ve stumbled upon a Willy Wonka-esque curation of art that will make you feel like a kid again."

Tara L.

"Such a cool place to come to if you are interested in art and the new digital age of technology. The interactive exhibits are incredible."

Armani Y.

"I was blown away by the experience of live art that surrounded me from every corner, wall and even the floor! The projections were incredible, mind-blowing, dazzling even."

Anna B.

"Mesmerizing! My whole family including a 3- and 5-year-old remained fully captivated for over an hour."

Florence C.

"Seeing and interacting with these exhibits made us feel like kids; learning and exploring and laughing with wonder."

Erin M.

"This place is way more than pictures and video can illustrate."

Kelsi M.

"It’s an escape from reality and into a world of dreams."

Diana F.

"To simply put it we were blown away, it’s a very different experience that combines art and technology and it is just so beautiful…you feel like you are stepping into the future. I definitely recommend visiting."

Julia V.

"Without a doubt, one of the coolest places I’ve been this year."

Lorin F.

"Highly highly recommend ARTECHOUSE in DC. Incredible exhibit combining art and technology. Very safe and very distanced with timed tickets."

Jessica G.