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SNAPSHOT: Anna Montenegro Dal Pino, MS '88

A Different Perspective

Photo: Kelly Nicolaisen

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Like moving through a painting, viewers of Anna Dal Pino's Suspended Labyrinth Project are invited to look around and notice how the view changes (amid murals, mirrors and changing wall heights) as they walk a twisted path made of 150 yards of fabric and paper.

Unlike mazes, which are meant to confuse the participant, Dal Pino says a labyrinth has a clear path in and out and is meant to clarify and focus. Medieval monks used them for walking meditation. Dal Pino is interested in the labyrinth's theatrical possibilities: “at once restrictive and infinite.” Art lovers can experience the labyrinth and view performances choreographed around it at San Francisco's Mariposa Studio in February.

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