Colourscape, the largest colour labyrinth in the world, has now arrived to Kupittaa Park, Turku. Arriving from England, this gigantic network of spheres is part of the Turku Capital of Culture programme. During its three-week stay, audiences will get to enjoy an incredible world of colours, music and workshops. Colourscape will open to the public on 23 July, and it will remain open all the way until 14 August from Tuesdays to Sundays.
Now making its Nordic debut, Colourscape is a labyrinth of one hundred colourful spheres that bend light to create unique colour-saturated experiences. The network of spheres is dubbed “Festival One” and is the largest such structure in the world, taking over nearly half a hectare of space in the park. When you are inside, you can explore the spheres and listen to music performances, for example. The Turku Colourscape Festival is produced by Eye Music Trust (UK), which specialises in creating various audiovisual experiences and presenting music and art in novel and fascinating ways.