Saturday, 27 December 2014

The Labyrinth of Josep Pujiula


In 1980, Josep Pujiula, a textile worker in Catalonia (Spain), had an idea to build some huge 30 meter high labyrinthine wooden sculptures on public land. The council didn’t like them. And guess what else? He has spent the rest of his life since rebuilding it and fighting the Spanish government. In 2002 the government actually won, and Josep was forced to dismantle the labyrinth to make way for a new motorway – but you know what he did? He just rebuilt it. Right next to the motorway. And carried on fighting the government...
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