Saturday, May 16, 2015

Art Fairs | Frieze: the Flux Labyrinth

Participatory art is another theme du jour, not only at Frieze fair; definitely the Tribute to the Flux-Labyrinth (1976-2015) is one of the most successful examples of experiential art. The Labyrintt was originally conceived by the Fluxus artist George Maciunas in 1975 but went through several presentations/interpretations by other artists. It consists of ten chambers whose entrance door is locked. The viewer/participant has to discover the trick to unlock the door. Other challenges are in the passageways between door.
Entertaining and conceptually interesting, besides engaging. Below my visual memories, in the chambers sequential order.