initial sketch Labyrinths traverse a fine line where confusion and order meet and become a spatial riddle. A labyrinth becomes more than a maze when the overwhelming amount of choices of where to go are abstracted. Whatâ€™s left is a direct path which at points can divert into different spaces but ultimately leading you back on the dominant path. There are 3 labyrinths which had to use a primitive shape as a base. The labyrinths incrementally become more complex by increasing the number of turns required to find the exit. The simplest is two then eight then thirty-two turns.
Work from 1st - 2nd year