Prada Mode is collaborating with Luna Luna to present the third edition of The Double Club, a project by Carsten Höller. The Double Club Los Angeles will take place on March 7 and 8, 2024, at the Luna Luna Studio, a warehouse in the Los Angeles Arts District that houses some of the original Luna Luna artworks.

The Double Club Los Angeles is an installation that plays with the idea of doubleness and division through carnival aesthetics and fun. The installation is made of nine different spaces, each created by dividing a single floor area in half and doubling its height. The spaces have various elements of Höller’s artistic practice, such as slides, mirrors, mushrooms, and neon lights. The installation also has two days of musical programming curated by Höller and Drake, with local and international artists and DJs.

The Double Club Los Angeles is inspired by the original Luna Luna art amusement park, which Höller visited in 1987 in Hamburg, Germany. Luna Luna was created by André Heller, an Austrian artist and impresario, and had rides and sculptures by over thirty famous artists, such as Jean-Michel Basquiat, Salvador Dalí, Sonia Delaunay, Keith Haring, David Hockney, Rebecca Horn, and Roy Lichtenstein. Luna Luna was supposed to travel around the world, but it closed after a change in ownership and stayed in storage for decades.

In 2023, Drake and his DreamCrew, a creative collective and production company, partnered with Heller and other Luna Luna stakeholders to revive the project and bring it to Los Angeles. Luna Luna: Forgotten Fantasy is an exhibition that shows a selection of the original Luna Luna artworks, including working rides, at a former industrial space next to the Luna Luna Studio. The exhibition opened on December 15, 2023, and will run until March 31, 2024.