Local, national and international artists present immersive and participatory art installations that harness art, science and technology to explore space–both outer and inner space–through multi-sensory experiences. The nexus for the festival is the Space Cloud in Kit Carson Park. It’s an inflated 10,000 sq. ft. pavilion designed by a Spanish architectural team that serves as an illuminated nerve center for the weekend events. Within the Space Cloud, the park and throughout the adjoining streets of Taos, performances, light projections, and sound experiments engage the community with thought-provoking and playful art for public sharing. Pre- and post-festival workshops and parties are planned.