Attention, art fanatics: Art Basel officially kicked off this week in Miami. And since it's impossible to detail each of the 250+ exhibits happening there, here's one show that we think pretty much sums up the creative craziness taking place.
The brainchild of NYC's Goldman Projects and The Suzanne Geiss Company, the massive labyrinth below is a mash-up of over 40 trippy wallpapers gathered from the contemporary arts collective Assume Vivid Astro Focus.
And although the piece is a serious work of art, it's not completely hands-off. Each nook and corner of the psychedelic piece is designed to be interactive (you're even given an AVAF-designed mask to wear when you enter the space!).
Even if you can't jet off to Miami to catch the exhibit before Basel ends, you can check the wall out later when it's installed on permanent view.
After all, this is one maze we wouldn't mind getting lost in.
All photos by Julia Lukacher.