The graphic artist Camille Walala has used her signature colorful style to build a playful an art installation with a maze inside Now Gallery at London, designed to be like a playground where visitors can “unleash their inner child”.
“Walala has set out to create a temple to wonder in which visitors can unleash their inner child and lose themselves in color and pattern,” said the gallery.
Walls covered in bold geometric patterns, mirrors, and bright hues, the interactive installation explores ideas of art, wellbeing and human scale and invites visitors of all ages to explore the space.
“With walls of different heights, passageways of different widths, enclosed spaces and curved and zigzag paths, the installation foregrounds the idea of human scale, giving visitors both a lasting visual impression and an extraordinary physical experience as they pass through it.”
The heart of the contemporary art installation is a puzzle, three-dimensional game where visitors will be confronted with a challenge exploring colors, patterns, shapes, and scales.
“The layout of the installation playfully mirrors the shape of the building and its components are positioned in response to the mapping of the building and the peninsula around it,” said the gallery.
“Seen from above, there is a clear, fluid relationship between the walls of the installation and the aerial view of the wider area, making the piece a structural extension of its immediate environment.”