The Park Avenue Armory's first commissioned installation features hundreds of yards of Lycra tulle forming a huge 120 foot by 180 foot canopy, with "aromatic fabric stalactites" and labyrinths of passageways and rooms. It is anthropodino by Brazilian artist Ernesto Neto, who first saw the armory's vast 55,000 square foot space "after a boozy dinner and he walked to the middle of its old pine floor — once used for tennis, with green paint and baselines still visible — and lay down, spread-eagle," according to the NY Times.

Besides the stalactites, there are pools of balls (dive right in), 1,650 pounds of spices (including cumin, ginger and tumeric), pillows, and more interactive elements that welcome visitors. anthropodino will be open until June 14; tickets are $10 for adults, $8 for students/seniors and free for children under 18 at the Park Avenue Armory.