Light + Labyrinth is structurally based on sculpture gardens.
The sites can be visited in succession, as pairings, or as stand-alone experiences. They change along with their locations and viewers, allowing for multiple experiences of place.
Most of the sites are found amongst mundane paths that have been traversed countless times. Following Maurice Merleau-Ponty's notion that we haunt the world and are in turn haunted by it through our perpetual use, Light + Labyrinth provides the viewer with the opportunity to reflect on their space within a place and step into the role of participant through the act of listening.
When walking between sites, the viewer/listener is asked to practice "ear-cleaning," a process of mindful silence and attentive listening in order to enhance one's perception of sound.