Robert Morris, Glass Labyrinth, Kansas City, The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, public art, Art,

Morris’ glass labyrinth is made from inch-thick glass panes, which are topped with bronze rails and built into a base of concrete paving stones. Measuring 7 feet high, this dynamic see-through structure is shaped like a triangle instead of the more familiar circular and rectangular shapes.

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Unlike traditional labyrinths, this transparent piece allows visitors to see each other and the landscape, while wandering around. The aim is to reach the center and then find a way out of the triangular form. Elegant, modern and unique, this stunning glazed piece was designed for people to experience, explore and enjoy.

+ Robert Morris

+ The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art

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Photos by Chris Smart and John Lamberton