(Sorry, now you have Salt-N-Pepa stuck in your head too.)
Want to immerse yourself in something cool instead of baking in the heat? How about an interactive art exhibition that "offers an exploratory physical experience through ten digital landscape." The show is an "imaginary territory of lines, dots, and letters" that's a "virtual playground of four dimensions: X (horizontal), Y (vertical), Z (depth), and T (time)." Confused about what that means? Check out the video below.
The exhibition, XYZT: Abstract Landscapes, is open through September 3rd at ARTECHOUSE, a new art gallery in Southwest DC. ARTECHOUSE is located near L'Enfant Plaza not too far from the Smithsonian metro station. The show runs for 45 timed sessions and costs $15 for adults and $10 for kids, students, and seniors.