OK, full disclosure here: I don’t have the best track record when it comes to labyrinths. Truthfully, I don’t think they like me very much. For example, there’s this labyrinth in a local park, and I swear the darn thing changes directions EVERY SINGLE TIME. More often than not, I just end up getting frustrated and quitting midway through. But something tells me quitting wouldn’t be so easy with the gigantic Glass Labyrinth by artist Robert Morris. The huge installation was unveiled last spring at the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art’s sculpture park in Kansas City, and it measures a whopping 62-foot by 62-foot by 62-foot, 7-foot tall and weighs almost 1 million pounds.
How cool does that look? Would you try it, friends? Knowing my history, I’d probably get stuck in the thing and have no idea what to do! xoxo
[Via My Modern Met]