August 4, 2015 Leave a comment
A Belgian design team has created an industrial twist on the famous Labyrinth, playing with space and structure for an interactive experience.
Gijs Van Vaerenbergh’s one kilometre ‘Labyrint’ sculpture consists of 186 tonnes of steel, which form intricate corridors five metres high.
The installation uses large geometric shapes, such as cones and spheres, to create intriguing voids and offer unique perspectives for visitors, allowing them to see into other sections and outside the maze.
Celebrating the tenth anniversary of the C-Mine Art Centre in Genk, Labyrint also features a steel tower, which provides a bird’s eye view of the sculpture.
Take a closer look at Labyrint here and tell us if you would dare to experience it.