The Carpet Project is an installation and public-interactive-based project that consists of a large scale labyrinth-like sculpture of precisely cut carpet for an ongoing series of installations that not only explore the integration of drawing and architecture, but serve as a walkable path for the public to explore, simply meditate and experience art as a transformative tool.
I am excited about this work since it reflects my vision of creating art that is playful and in dialogue with urban space, and it takes this work one step further by exploring the relationship between art and spirituality, daily life and ritual.
I am working with rough prototypes for this project, a few images below. I am also very excited about a trip to St. Columba's Bay, Isle of Iona, Inner Hebrides Islands, Scotland, where I wil have the opportunity to visit the labyrinth. Iona is said to be one of those magical places where the veil is thin.
1890 Bryant Studios Exhibition
The Mother of All Questions
in Crete and the creation of a labyrinth