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Twin Peaks Red Room
Laura Palmer and Agent Dale Cooper in the original red room

The Twin Peaks red room is coming to LA and New York

A 3D street art installation will bring the black lodge to life

A new 3D street art installation will bring Twin Peaks’ Black Lodge to life this week.

The anamorphic campaign, launched by Showtime, will see the show’s iconic red room appear in the streets of New York, Portland and Los Angeles. As Pitchfork reports, Leon Keer and Nate Baranowski were the artists selected to collaborate on the project. 

While there are no images of the installation just yet, it’s set to be unveiled at the Brooklyn Academy of Music today, where it will run until May 13. It will then open at Portland’s Voodoo Doughnut Too from May 18 to 20, before taking over LA’s Autry Museum from May 25 to 27.

The installation comes just over a week ahead of the cult show’s long-awaited revival – although its plot details still remain shrouded in mystery. Over the last few weeks, fans have been drip-fed cryptic teasers, a glimpse of the old locations, and a few lingering looks at the cast members. Even Kyle McLachlan, who plays Agent Dale Cooper, has refused to divulge any details.  “There are a lot of things that happened in the world that I can’t talk about, that are going to be different,” he told Dazed. “When you see it you’ll have a better grasp. I’m interested to see how people will respond.”

Twin Peaks will return to Showtime with a two-hour premiere on May 22.