Lost in A Maze in Brooklyn.


Through the looking glass: The bubble mirrors on the ceiling made for fun photographing. (Photos by C-M.)

Disorienting times call for disorienting art. Factory Fresh, in Brooklyn, has a gallery-sized maze that leads viewers around bends and into dead-ends, all covered in various layers of sensory-overload paint. A collaboration between Celso, infinity, former Keith Haring collaborator LA2 and the mysterious Stikman, the maze takes the concept of the graffiti-covered alleyway and turns it into a total funhouse. (Full disclosure: Celso is my partner-in-crime, romantic and otherwise.) One of my favorite touches was the ceiling, where the artists installed bubble mirrors that delivered a warped viewing experience of the entire scenario. 

The show is up through Dec. 2nd.

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Celso in the foreground, infinity in the back.


Walking through A Maze: Stikman up front, LA2 in the back.


Loving the bubble mirrors.


A 3-D painted wood sculpture by Stikman.


infinity.


Pervy plexis by Celso.


LA2.


More fun with bubble mirrors.


infinity.


Walking through A Maze.


Stikman, with infinity.


infinity and celso.


Zorro the Factory Fresh cat loves to jog around the maze.


At the end of the night. Clockwise from left: with Ali Ha of Factory Fresh, Celso, infinity and Mike Natale of Gammablog.

See more photos on my Flickr.

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