Labyrinth by Gijs Van Vaerenbergh

An intervention at the c-mine arts center in Genk, Belgium.
Standing at 37.5 meters square and weighing a total of 186 tons, the 5mm thick steel plates have been geometrically hollowed to create a collection of frames. The designers state that through a "monotonous succession of high corridors, the viewer is confronted with openings that reveal what is on the other side of the walls." Seen from certain perspectives, the cut-put frames are "fragmentary, whereas from other viewpoints the entire cut-out shape is revealed." Some of the frames also open onto the surrounding environment, which become points of orientation throughout the journey.