At the Palais de Tokyo in Paris, Berlin-based art collective Numen / For Use recently created this insane installation titled "Tape Paris" as a part of the "INSIDE" group exhibition that opened on Oct. 20. "The main idea was to transform the whole building into a convulsive mind/body organism whose slippery inner limits a motivated explorer has yet to trace and confront," writes the group on their website. Using 27 miles of clear Scotch tape, 12 people spent 10 days creating a maze suspended between the pillars of the building's entrance hall.

Image via jadefromparis on Instagram
Image via alexiabrebant on Instagram

The installation will be open through Jan. 11, so go crawl through this awesome project while you have the chance. More details over on the Numen / For Use website

[via The Fox Is Black]