250,000 books were sculpted into a maze by artists Marcos Saboya and Gualter Pupo.
The grime godfather connects the pivotal 90s rave Labyrinth to his early pirate radio days.
Jean-François Fourtou’s 'Merci Louisette' is a nostalgic labyrinth of oversized insects and playful beekeepers.
'Door into the Dark,' an "interactive, aural documentary experience” at TFF's Storyscapes, offers participants the chance to explore what it means to be lost.
Serafín Álvarez's 'Maze Walkthrough' virtual architecture video game lets you tour the Death Star, the USS Enterprise, and more.
How Cheryl Strayed's 'Wild' and Grouper's 'Ruins' offer a new narrative of being alone.
Brian Froud talks to The Creators Project about The Dark Crystal, Jim Henson, and your childhood nightmares.
Oleg Soroko's digital images resemble a body of water hit with a deluge of pebbles, splashing up countless strands of linear forms.
The Belgian stalwart will release 'Call & Response' two weeks before he appears at the obscure Japanese festival.
Finally, a maze that people with claustrophobia can enjoy is popping up in Washington DC.