Black hole experience offered in Ontario this summer


Published May 9, 2024 at 9:03 am

Black Hole Summer Ontario

Coming to Ontario and engineered on behalf of the Age of Union Alliance, The Black Hole Experience is a mobile exhibition with 1,000 square feet of interior space including massive LED tunnel screens and more. 

Purpose-built by designer Kelly Nunes, the exhibit is anticipated to tour a large slice of North America this summer, making two stops in Ontario.

Beyond the hallways showing dynamic tunnelling light shows, a final destination awaits, including a massive projection chamber showing an active re-creation of a black hole. 

“I am immensely proud and thrilled to introduce The Black Hole Experience to the world. This 53-foot double expandable trailer offers an immersive journey unlike any other. This isn’t just a project; it’s a journey crafted by the visionary artist Kelly Nunes,” said Dax Dasilva, founder of Age of Union, in an official statement. –

The exhibit operates in tandem with the general mission statement behind the Age of Union Alliance, which focuses on a global consciousness surrounding humanity’s impact on Earth and our place within it.  

The touring exhibit “symbolizes exploring spirituality in the modern age, acting as a reset for humankind. By confronting the unknown, we unlock our potential for growth, igniting the next generation of changemakers and raising the collective consciousness,” stated Dasilva in a press release.

For Ontarians looking to witness the simulated expanse of the universe, the tour makes two in-province stops: the Pride Toronto festival and the Boots and Hearts Festival in Oro-Mendonte. 

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