Showtime’s hotly-anticipated Twin Peaks reboot premieres May 21, and you’d better bet they’re going to pull out all the stops to advertise it, including erecting an interactive model of the iconic (and frankly, terrifying) Black Lodge. According to Pitchfork, the installation was created by street artists Leon Keer and Nate Baranowski. It opens today at the Brooklyn Academy of Music, where it will stay until May 13 before traveling to Portland’s Voodoo Doughnut Too (where there will also be Twin Peaks-inspired donuts) from May 18-20 and LA’s EatSeeHear Festival from May 25-27.
For those who haven’t been binge-watching the first two seasons of the show in preparation, the Black Lodge is that extradimensional place with the zig-zag carpet and the red curtains where Agent Cooper goes to conflab with Laura Palmer and the Man From Another Place, and they all speak backwards. While there are no images available of the installation yet, you can bet that if you live in one of those three cities, it will soon be all over your Instagram feed.