I frequently use labyrinths in my creative work and teaching. This includes installing temporary labyrinths at festivals and events. I have also created a permanent turf labyrinth for use by staff and students at Canterbury Christ Church University.
Here are some of my labyrinth-related projects.
Augustine Tower labyrinth public walkshops & installation
St Augustine's Tower, Hackney: 7th October 2018 with walking textile artist Elspeth Penfold creating and walking a cross-shaped 'stepping stone' labyrinth on the footprint of a lost church created for the Friends of Interpretable Spaces festival
An Ofrenda for Walking with Shrines installation
Margate, Kent: 29th September 2018 creating a walked chalk 100-step labyrinth at the Margate War memorial as part of Walking with Shrines, curated by Elspeth Penfold created for the Margate Festival and Margate Bookie
Treading and Threading the Labyrinth public walkshops & installation
Slaithewaite, Huddersfield: 8th September 2018 with walking textile artist Elspeth Penfold creating and walking a textile Baltic Wheel labyrinth at a Forest School setting created for the 4th World Congress of Psychogeography
Priory labyrinth turf labyrinth at Canterbury Christ Church University
Canterbury, Kent: September 2015 (permanent) a classical turf labyrinth created for Re-enchanting the Academy conference at CCCU site maintained by CCCU grounds & gardens labyrinth project awarded CCCU 'Faculty Teaching Innovation Prize' 2016
My use of labyrinths in teaching creative writing is the subject of a case study in Learning With The Labyrinth, edited by Jan Sellers and Bernard Moss (Palgrave MacMillan 2016).