Right in the wake of Britney Spears’ first solo art exhibition, the pop star slash cultural icon of our time continues to bring her oeuvre to spaces—and this time, it gets immersive.
Los Angeles pop-up The Zone features ten interactive rooms that let you recreate Britney’s most iconic music videos, complete with outfits loaned by the singer herself. Visitors can hang out with the “I’m a Slave 4 U” python—at least the toy version of it—and walk through the high school corridors just as Britney did in “…Baby One More Time.” Some of the other immersive rooms include the airplane aisle as seen in “Toxic,” a space-themed “Oops!… I Did It Again,” and a giant ball pit à la “Circus.”
The Zone’s creation was headed by stans Jeff Delson and Shannon Ramirez, with the singer’s approval. From this immersive experience down to a Britney Spears-inspired musical, it seems that this is Britney Spears’ world—and we’re all just living in it.
Photo from The Zone’s Instagram