The Labyrinth at Henry Power Architecture

I am pleased to announce that the Labyrinth will be travelling to Sydney very soon.

It will be on loan for an indefinite period of time at Henry Power Architecture.

Henry Power is my cousin and a strong supporter of my art practice. I am delighted that he has agreed to exhibit this art work at his office.

The Labyrinth is a metaphor for the life journey: the path we walk is our destiny. I hope that the sculpture will be a great talking point for clients and potentially a source of creative inspiration for Henry. 

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The great square has no corners. The great vessel is never completed. The great note sounds muted. The great image has no form. (Tao Te Ching, 3: 41)