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Enter the Mirror Maze, Es Devlin's video sculpture, presented by The Fifth Sense - YouTube

Enter the Mirror Maze, Es Devlin's video sculpture, presented by The Fifth Sense

Maze of Mirrors Mesmerizes Visitors Inside Sydney's Hyde Park - My Modern Metropolis

Maze of Mirrors Mesmerizes Visitors Inside Sydney's Hyde Park

‘Fingermaze’ in Hove Park: a piece of public sculpture carved into the park and lined with stone and lime mortar. The Fingermaze is a giant fingerprint which incorporates a Cretan labyrinth within its whirling design.

Chris Drury / Fingerprint Maze, Hove Park, UK Doolhof wordt nog mooier als je…

Q-BA-MAZE 2.0 is a unique system of colorful cubes that interlock to form a marble run. The big difference? You can create marble maze sculptures in the form of animals, geometric shapes or any other design! Configurations are unlimited, allowing for a live demonstration of probability, physics and art, all in one! Set includes 72 cubes in five different colors plus 20 steel balls. Ages 5 and up.

Mindware Q-BA-Marble Maze

Q-BA-MAZE 2.0 is a unique system of colorful cubes that interlock to form a marble run. The big difference? You can create marble maze sculptures in the form of animals, geometric shapes or any other design! Configurations are unlimited, allowing for a live demonstration of probability, physics and art, all in one! Set includes 72 cubes in five different colors plus 20 steel balls. Ages 5 and up.

"...at Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art's sculpture park in Kansas City, artist Robert Morris unveiled Glass Labyrinth, a huge installation that might just have you walking into walls."

New Glass Labyrinth is the Ultimate Disorienting Experience

Installed in the Donald J. Hall Sculpture Park at The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art in Kansas City, Missouri, “Glass Labyrinth” is a triangular-shaped, glass-walled installation designed by acclaimed artist and Kansas City native Robert Morris.

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