Mirror Labyrinth Chiswick Park

Equidistant mirrored lamellae stand in the form of two concentric circles. The two freestanding circles have openings on opposite sides, allowing visitors to enter the mirror labyrinth. The mirrored surfaces reflect not only the viewers and their surroundings, but also the adjacent mirrors. Physical space is visible in the gap between the vertical lamellae, and is inserted between the mirror images. The multifaceted reflection therefore produces a fragmented view of the space, surrounding the viewer with an unfamiliar and disorienting environment similar to that of a labyrinth.
Year: 2007
Materials: Steel frame, alucobond, high-polished stainless steel (super mirror)
Dimensions: ΓΈ 3,50 m; height: 2,20 m

Permanent installation at Chiswick Park, London, UK, 2007