Tim Burton’s Labyrinth, a new immersive exhibit exploring the gothic filmmaker’s distinctive world, will be opening this fall in Madrid, Spain.
Tim Burton‘s distinctive world comes to life in a new immersive experience opening this fall. Burton made a name for himself as a filmmaker through his signature gothic, moody style. The director/producer/screenwriter/artist is best known for his stylized fantasy and horror films such as Edward Scissorhands, Beetlejuice, and Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street. At the same time, even his more mainstream work like the superhero hits Batman and the musical adventure Charlie and the Chocolate Factory are instantly identifiable as Burtonesque. Burton also created and produced the stop-motion cult classic The Nightmare Before Christmas, which showcases the filmmaker’s iconic style.
In an announcement shared to Burton‘s website, a new immersive exhibition will soon bring the director’s imaginative gothic world to life. The exhibition, titled Tim Burton’s Labyrinth, will open at Espacio Ibercaja Delicias, a performing arts theater in Madrid, Spain, on September 29. Exhibit visitors will explore the filmmaker’s creative universe in rooms filled with original artworks by Burton, specially created sculptures, animations, and more. Tickets to Tim Burton’s Labyrinth are on sale now.
Burton’s unique storytelling and vision have attracted countless fans over the filmmaker’s long career, and his style is perfectly suited to an immersive experience like this one. Tim Burton’s Labyrinth is only the latest exhibit to showcase the gothic visionary’s world, which he is still expanding. Burton’s latest project is Netflix’s upcoming comedy-horror series Wednesday. He serves as director and executive producer for the Addams Family-inspired series. With these two projects, fans of Burton will have plenty to look forward to in the coming season.
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