labyrinth [lab–uh-rinth] Spell Syllables Examples Word Origin See more synonyms on Thesaurus.com noun 1. an intricate combination of paths or passages in which it is difficult tofind one’s way or to reach the exit. Synonyms: maze, network, web. 2. a maze of paths bordered by high hedges, as in a park or garden, forthe amusement of those who search for a way out. 3. a complicated or tortuous arrangement, as of streets or buildings. Synonyms: warren, maze, jungle, snarl, tangle, knot.
The labyrinth grew out of my love of Fine Arts and photography over the years. Fine art for me is the best subject under the sun, for all it’s variety, intuition, social engagement and most of all creativity. Now, I studied Fine Arts at degree level, concentrating on ‘lens-based-media’, while studying for a City andContinue reading “Labyrinth project”
This site has been intentionally designed in a Labyrinthine structure – elaborate or not – perhaps it is a mind of it’s own. This particular site arrangement, is intended to provide a visual route to escape. There is always a way out of the maze, there are links throughout & as such there is still hope!