creative downtown manhattan space

Don’t let your mind stop moving after work. After your meeting at our event space, check out the Mela Foundation‘s latest exhibition in Tribeca, located on 275 Church Street, a short walk from SoHo. Spend your day hopping from one creative downtown Manhattan space to another. If your team is spending consecutive days at our meeting space, this may offer the creative spark that you need as you head back in for day two.

The Dream House is located behind a black door on Church Street, marked by a small white sign… so keep your eyes peeled! Once inside, your senses are in for a treat. This space is a collaboration between composer La Monte Young and his partner, Marian Zazeela. This creative downtown Manhattan space is a multi-media experience. The first thing you will notice as you enter the Dream House is the pink reflection. This light sets an ethereal, dream-like mood, hinting to the meaning of its name. The sound heard, created by La Monte, reflects his experience with drone music. This sound is made up of repeating, digitally-generated frequencies. Unless standing still, the pitches you experience with each step will change dramatically.

Your brain’s ability to simultaneously experience these two unique sound and light environments will inspire your mind to think differently and will remind you that you are capable of doing so. Make sure to check out this creative downtown Manhattan space from Wednesdays through Saturdays at 2 P.M. through Midnight. There are plenty of great bars and restaurants in Tribeca as well, so don’t be afraid to make an evening out of it!

creative downtown manhattan space Photo Courtesy of the Marian Zazeela