Wonderspaces Pop-up art exhibition: a photo diary

On Saturday, Melina and I took a trip to San Diego to visit our friend Steve and to visit Wonderspaces, a super interesting pop-up exhibition that showcases sixteen different art installations for this month only. It was about $20 for students and $24 for adults, which is kind of pricey for the experience, but overall the exhibits were super cool. We thought the outside looked a lot like Coachella because the vast dry land and huge sculptures — turns out, a lot of the same art for Wonderspaces was used in Burning Man and SXSW. I don't want to give too much away for those who want to see this place for themselves, but I loved the neon tunnel and an exhibit that looks like you're in a sky full of stars (I didn't take a picture of it because it turned out blurry). After, we got some ramen and boba around the area. We thought it was hilarious how even though we left Los Angeles, it felt like we were doing the same thing in San Diego that we usually do...as if we were getting boba and ramen in Little Tokyo or Koreatown. 

In other life news, I started my first week as an intern at Circa, a digital news outlet for millennials under Sinclair Broadcast Group and I love it so far! Excited to update and hopefully share content as time progresses.