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Wet Labyrinth by Cristina Iglesias
in the courtyard of the Royal Academy, London, July 2022

This humid labyrinth is the work of Cristina Iglesias as she continues her artistic investigation of labyrinths and mazes. Black slate, bronze powder and stainless steel provide a solid structure that visitors can stroll through, enjoying some cooling shade during our very hot summer. Real nature plays its part too, making it a really enticing introduction to the Summer Exhibition which is now on inside the Royal Academy. It is only on until 21 August, so if you are hoping to get there, don’t leave it too long.



Copyright Debbie Smyth, 30 July 2022

Posted as part of Cee’s B&W Challenge

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