More photos from the incredibly amazing(and very photogenic) Canadian Museum for Human Rights which recently opened in Winnipeg.
This is the translucent back-lit alabaster labyrinth that leads from 1 gallery to another…it is apparently about half a mile long in total. The labyrinth is located in the Hall of Hope atrium…a black canyon 164 feet high. The contrast between the black walls and the lit stone paths was deliberate and symbolic.
These are 2 different views of the labyrinth in the canyon:
Stunning design. For more information on the design of the building please check out this article at Construction Canada.
Linking to Cee’s Which Way Challenge here for the first time!