For Art on the Underground’s largest ever commission, they installed Wallinger’s artworks in every one of the Tube’s 270 stations, inviting users to explore and experience the Underground as a whole.
Using a responsive design and customised Google maps and animation, the site invites user-generated content in a number of ways.
The website also provided a platform for the submission of Labyrinth inspired posters which London pupils aged five to 18 were invited to enter into a competition. Additionally members of the public can share information about their particular station and its environs.
We also created a playful app, available on iPhone and iPad, with a labyrinth, the route of which can be traced with a finger – only if you correctly trace the path do you access further information about Wallinger and the project.