Jeppe Hein, a Berlin and Copenhagen-based artist, often combines elements of humor with the traditions of minimalism and conceptual art in his work. At World’s End, Hein has installed a reflective labyrinth structure, made of mirrored posts of differing heights, whose form mimics the shape of the surrounding drumlin formations. Hein draws inspiration from the stunning natural beauty and landscape at World’s End, which features a combination of Frederick Law Olmsted-designed and natural landscapes with spectacular views of the Boston harbor and skyline.
We invite you to walk through the labyrinth, touch the mirrored panels, and create your own photographic interpretations of “art and the landscape.” The sculpture is on view for a full year. Each season will bring a new and interesting dimension to this unique work! Join us October 22 for a Curator Walk with Pedro Alonzo.