Intermedia artist Dee Clark researches and designs labyrinths, creates temporary and permanent installations and tabletop labyrinths, and facilitates labyrinth walks.
Labyrinths of New England began as a graduate research project at the University of Maine in 2012. Over 200 labyrinths have been mapped so far and over 70 have been visited and photographed.
Consultation, design, and installation services, educational and introspective activities, and artistic objects:
Workshops and tours
A facilitated labyrinth walk includes an introduction to the history and use of labyrinths and guides a group through the labyrinth experience. Indoor and outdoor temporary labyrinth installations can be customized to fit your space and purpose.
Workshops and presentations can be tailored to your community's interests and may include labyrinth history, design, and use, indoor and/or outdoor activities, and a Labyrinths of New England display. Activities can include finger and tabletop labyrinths and walkable installations.