The Labyrinth


As Arakawa and Madeline Gins wrote in Architectural Body: Architectural surrounds stand as shaping moulds for what happens in the next of life. When people ask where I am, it means he also asks what I am. Inspired by their theory, I am trying to create a space which triggers people to discuss their personal identities. In this installation, the labyrinth hangs in the ceiling, a webcam recording the live video but in 3-second delay. When people experience it, their bodies are on the ground, but their minds should be in the above (in the labyrinth). Meanwhile, they see the present “me” and 3 seconds ago “me” at the same time.

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