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Fingermaze
Fingermaze
Fingermaze
Fingermaze
Fingermaze
Fingermaze
Fingermaze
Fingermaze
Fingermaze

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A labyrinth-like design based on a fingerprint, set into the turf using stone on a slight incline in the park.
Title

Fingermaze

Date

2006

Medium

York stone set in lime mortar

Measurements

H (?) x W 3000 x D 3700 cm

Accession number

BN3_LS_S057

Acquisition method

commissioned by Brighton and Hove City Council for Eco-Brighton

Work type

Landscape

Work status

extant

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at all times

Inscription description

information plaque at the tip of the design next to the path, text to the right of an illustration of the design: Fingermaze / Chris Drury, 2006 / Stone & Lime Mortar / Giant fingerprint / incorporating a / Cretan labyrinth / Walking the labyrinth is / traditionally linked to / contemplation and / renewal – follow the / grass path from the / base of the sculpture / into the centre and / back out again.

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Located at

Goldstone Crescent, Hove

BN3 6LS

Set in the grass at the eastern edge of Hove Park.