One of the reason why I am building these Carpet Labyrinths is to bring them to the public space and reach to the community. A portable labyrinth that can easily be put together for the use and enjoyment of the public. Either in a street, in a plaza or in the courtyard of a church, a labyrinth helps build community and create a container for ritual. Walking a labyrinth can be a form of body prayer, a pilgrimage or a deep meditation tool.
Below there are some ideas of how to integrate an art project into a spiritual public space and at the same time serve as a tool for transformation. At Grace Cathedral, Saint Ignatius Church and Saint Mary the Assumption in San Francisco.
1890 Bryant Studios Exhibition
The Mother of All Questions
in Crete and the creation of a labyrinth