What can be done with a regular rope net and an inflatable structure? The Croatian-Austrian project numen/for use thought about this question for a short time and built a mobile interactive sculpture, and presented it at an exhibition in Yokohama, Japan.
The art collective managed to create an inflatable outer shell, inside which is a labyrinth of intertwined rope nets. Once inside, the visitor feels complete freedom of movement (you can jump like on a trampoline) and safety, as the entire enclosed space is soft and deforms under movement. In the evening, the attraction is illuminated from the inside and you can watch the fascinating dance of shadows on the walls. This is the result of a mixture of extreme attraction and art:
Inside the attraction is a real maze made of mesh.
The installation can work even at night.
A rope maze inside the installation.
There is lighting inside for full-time work at night.
You can jump in any direction, feeling like in a space capsule.
From outside in the evening, you can watch the dance of the visitors’ shadows.
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