aMAZEme London

Inspired by a mutual love for the work of Argentinian writer Jorge Luis Borges, Brazilian artists Marcos Saboya and Gualter Pupo have created aMAZEme at London’s Southbank Centre. Constructed with more than 250,000 books by dozens of volunteers, the labyrinth, which is shaped in the form of Borges’ fingerprint, invites participants to wander through the installation.

The maze, which will stand until August 26th, can be visited at the aMAZEme Facebook page.

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3 Responses to aMAZEme London

  1. the278thword says:

    If that was a library it will be a bitch trying to find a book in it

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