Should you ever have the opportunity to stroll into the fourth dimension, you might be surprised to find it looks very much like an IKEA waiting room. That is but one of the insights into the dark places of our Universe (and it’s hippy friends, the Multiverse) as put forth by part-theater troupe/part-science experiment Swim Pony. The immersive audience experience turns the micro into the macro, and back again. Audiences begin at the nucleus of the underground space in the Wolf Building, then BANG – fragmented and “pulsed” outward into one of the many rooms where they trip through the vacuum space between stars, enter the TV studio of a show-and-tell scientist, or browse modular furniture. Then the audience is sucked back to the center, and “pulsed” outward again into another room. The artistic director says during any one visit the pulsing audience may only witness about 30% of the prepared material; such are the limits of mortal consciousness inside infinite space. Life is cycling energy: return visits are encouraged.