Time for reflection

October 15, 2009

This maze of 76 highly polished steel plates forms part of the University of Bristol's centenary celebrations. The sculpture, Follow Me, was created by Jeppe Hein, the acclaimed Danish artist, and will be permanently displayed at Bristol's Royal Fort Gardens, which are open to the public. The labyrinthine structure creates multiple reflections of those viewing it and the surrounding environment. The work forms part of Bristol's Centenary Campaign, which has featured a series of public events and the installation of public monuments.

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