Since ancient times in Greece with the story of Theseus and the Minotaur, we have been intrigued and captivated with labyrinths. Whether representing the paths of life’s journey or a puzzle to solve, we just can’t get enough of their maze-like and bewildering qualities. And now we have our very own in San Mateo!
We recently blogged about the public art addition to Bay Meadows’ Town Square by internationally-acclaimed Danish artist Jeppe Hein. The installation, Hein’s first artwork on permanent exhibition in California, is called “Mirror Labyrinth NY – for California” and allows visitors an interactive experience as well as a backdrop for some unique photography and video opportunities.
Whether it’s kids playing peek-a-boo through the labyrinth, pups posing proudly in front of a backdrop of tall mirrors or adults showcasing the architectural features of this new public art, you can’t deny the appeal of “Mirror Labyrinth NY – for California”. It has also become a draw for Instagram users to showcase some incredible photography. Stop by Bay Meadows’ Town Square and experience #ArtInMotion. Be sure to tag us @baymeadowslife #baymeadowslife, we’ll be selecting favorites to showcase throughout the year!
Here are a few of our favorites so far:
Great shots all. This video by athomedadmatters also caught our eye.
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