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Cristina Iglesias’s most recent large-scale immersive work, Wet Labyrinth (with Spontaneous Landscape) (2022), is a temporary site-specific commission for the Annenberg Courtyard of the Royal Academy of Arts, London, realized two years after she was awarded the Academy’s Architecture Prize in 2020. With this latest iteration in an ongoing series since 2005, Iglesias considers the history of labyrinths and mazes, combining the artificial with the natural in a single built environment. In bustling Piccadilly, the humid labyrinth provides a welcome sanctuary for visitors this summer in which to wander, wonder, and reflect.

Cristina Iglesias at the Royal Academy of Arts
Image: Cristina Iglesias, Wet Labyrinth (with Spontaneous Landscape), 2022, installation view, Royal Academy of Arts, London, June 21–August 21, 2022 © Cristina Iglesias. Photo: Prudence Cuming Associates Ltd.

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