Karelian way / Karielan Tie

Best Art in Outdoor Public Space

About the project
In collaboration with the Ethnic Museum, the designers created a quest labyrinth — a functional installation made of wood and located along the Moscow-St. Petersburg railway line in Chashkovo Village.
The facility features ethnic motives and references, including the ornaments, red highlights, wooden hedge elements, and the typical Karelian labyrinth design.
Attendance is free of charge, and workers of the Ethnic Museum hold festivals, quests, and guided tours within.

Chashkovo Village, Likhoslavl District, Tver Region, Russia

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Applicants and authors of the project
Nonfrozenarch Art Group: Ivan Zverkov, Sofia Kukhtova

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