a labyrinth is a meandering path that simply winds its way from start
to finish like the grooves on vinyl. Mazes have forks, dead-ends and
cycles but are conceptually the dual or the space between the
grooves, where the complexity lies.
these structures are immortalized in the work of Salvador Dali, M.C. Escher, Keith Haring and recently Mo Morales.
The organic labyrinths you see below are created with curves evolving under
the forces of nature, guided by an artistic hand. One could hypothesize that earliest
known labyrinths were inspired by such physical forms.