Labyrinth by Gijs Van Vaerenbergh
A one kilometer long maze of mind-boggling dimensions, shapes, and cut-outs make up "Labyrinth," Gijs Van Vaerenbergh's installation in the Belgian town of Genk. Part of Genk's C-Mine Art Centre, the Belgian duo created an interactive installation that explores space and perspective. The installation is an industrialised maze made of steel walls that measure five millimeters thick and up to five meters tall. Within the walls of the maze are cut outs that allow visitors to see what's on the other side of some of the walls, although it might not necessarily help them find their way any better.