Nevel Moving Labyrinth

Updated on August 8, 2019 in Architecture Matters

Nevel Moving Labyrinth

NEVEL is a moving labyrinth (11 X 11 m) consisting of 9 programmable walls able to rotate 360°. Architecture comes alive, walls become doors, spaces open and close, visitors are locked up and set free again.

Performers, visitors and their shadow are part of a tablaux vivant set for each other. The space itself is turned into an actor in the performance. An abstract place in to go astray like in a mutating city.

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Sound like a maze they are building after all this is rather interesting, also a good mind-exercise

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