Lose yourself in this colourful, inflatable labyrinth coming to Melbourne
16.09.2019

Lose yourself in this colourful, inflatable labyrinth coming to Melbourne

Katena Luminarium
Photo: Alan Parkinson

No sense will go unstimulated.

Nottingham artist collective Architects of Air are returning to Australia with their latest awe-inspiring installation, Katena Luminarium. Named after the mathematic curve, the artwork features a huge maze of cavernous tunnels and vibrant colours.

All up, Katena Luminarium contains more than 100 curves that weave and connect to each other and form a massive labyrinth. Don’t feel pressured to escape quickly, though; punters are invited to find a spot to sit down, chill out and take it all in.

Architects of Air has been touring across 40 countries since 1992, producing 21 mind-bending installations and over 600 exhibitions along the way.

Katena Luminarium takes up residence at Bunjil Place Plaza from Friday September 27 until Sunday October 6. For more info, head to Bunjil Place’s website.