New York’s Public Art Fund tapped Danish artist Jeppe Hein for an installation of fountains, mirrors, and playful benches to populate Brooklyn Bridge Park. Through April 16, 2016, at Brooklyn Bridge Park, Brooklyn; publicartfund.org

New York’s Public Art Fund tapped Danish artist Jeppe Hein for an installation of fountains, mirrors, and playful benches to populate Brooklyn Bridge Park. Through April 16, 2016, at Brooklyn Bridge Park, Brooklyn; publicartfund.org

Jeppe Hein mirror_labyrinth_ny_jh_mlny_0812.jpg

Jeppe Hein mirror_labyrinth_ny_jh_mlny_0812.jpg

Please Touch the Art – “Labyrinth NY” Installation by Jeppe Heine in Brooklyn, New York City » Retail Design Blog

Please Touch the Art – “Labyrinth NY” Installation by Jeppe Heine in Brooklyn, New York City » Retail Design Blog

Incredible Art That Can Only Be Viewed From One Angle

Incredible Art That Can Only Be Viewed From One Angle

彫刻,素晴らしい芸術,赤ジョルジュ,最新の設備,アーティスト,ことができます,視点,Directional Installation,Color Installation

Touchable Moment - The New Yorker

Touchable Moment

Touchable Moment - The New Yorker

hein                                                                                                                                                                                 もっと見る

hein もっと見る

Please Touch the Art: Jeppe Heine’s “Labyrinth NY” Installed in Brooklyn

Please Touch the Art: Jeppe Heine's "Labyrinth NY" Installed in Brooklyn

Please Touch the Art: Jeppe Heine’s “Labyrinth NY” Installed in Brooklyn

"Mirror Labyrinth" Jeppe Hein. Photo M-L Sibilia

"Mirror Labyrinth" Jeppe Hein. Photo M-L Sibilia

Labyrinthe de miroirs

Labyrinthe de miroirs

公園裡的鏡子迷陣,玩捉迷藏最好用啦!

Artists Jeppe Hein   "3-Dimensional Labyrinth is a maze structure made of mirrored steles, which reflect their surroundings, the visitors, as well as each other. Their completely mirrored surface lets the elements melt with their surroundings to become almost invisible."

Artists Jeppe Hein "3-Dimensional Labyrinth is a maze structure made of mirrored steles, which reflect their surroundings, the visitors, as well as each other. Their completely mirrored surface lets the elements melt with their surroundings to become almost invisible."

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