Upon entering Moon Room, one notices the living room inspired setting of the space, and a peak of the black walls of the neighbouring room. Both spaces are divided by a massive, whimsical mural, which happens to be the centerpiece of the entire exhibit. The mural is a perspective rendering of a living room, with a big window that looks out onto the moon and the starry night sky. You are engulfed in this made-up space, immediately following along the narrative, and when you step beyond the painted window, you have entered space and experiencing the moon through several perspectives. Kristin Weckworth, the curator for Narwhal, got the idea for Moon Room after having watched a documentary titled Room 237 (a film exploring conspiracies within Stanley Kubrick’s film The Shining). Drawing inspiration from one of the explored conspiracies and relating it to humanity’s ancient and scientific theories of the moon, Weckworth brought together a group of artists she thought could make an interesting and harmonious constellation.