Presented by the Manresa Galley, The Nomadic Labyrinth will be displayed in Gleeson Plaza at University of San Francisco campus from Sept 6th - 18th.
This interactive installation made with recycled carpet remnants is inspired in an Arabic floral pattern that is been transformed into a unicursal path design. I found interesting the juxtaposition of two different cultural patterns to create a movable, meditative environment where carpet from archetypical western places like the Ritz Carlton meet an inventive Arabesque.
The Nomadic Labyrinth is a traveling art project. It will be displayed in other venues in the Bay Area during 2013 and 1014. It reflects my vision of creating art that is playfully 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.
Images of the labyrinth at USF including the Peace and Reflection Walk on Sept 11th, 6 - 8PM
Photos by Michael Rauner
1890 Bryant Studios Exhibition
The Mother of All Questions
in Crete and the creation of a labyrinth