A new exhibit at a Long Island City creative space features art work that has a hard time standing still.
Artists at the the Flux Factory unveiled "The Endless and Mobile Beautiful Collapsible Labyrinth" exhibit on Friday.
It features pieces from artists that are installed on portable walls, which have then been fashioned into a maze.
"This is a very tiny gallery so we've made a whole bunch of walls that collapse in on each other, hide spaces, and reveal spaces. Yeah, it was about creating something kind of impossible," said Seth Larson, co-curator of the Endless and Mobile Beautiful Collapsible Labryint exhibit.
The curators told NY1 that they asked artist for pieces that could work in an exhibit that is constantly changing.
"We're hoping that people will come in and walk through the space and hopefully be a little confused and enjoy the artwork and take away something about it that's personal to them," said Abigail Entsminger, co-curator of the Endless and Mobile Beautiful Collapsible Labryint exhibit.
The exhibit is open Wednesday to Sunday through March 17.
More information on the exhibit can be found at www.fluxfactory.org.