The labyrinth of Chartres, spread out across the floor of the Carmelite Church, faces two roughly equal projection circles. One is projected from the ground directly above the Chartres
labyrinth by means of mirrors centrally between the chandelier on the ceiling, the other braces the almost square west wall between the pillars.
Both projection surfaces have no direct connection, but are in formal and contextual relation to each other. Mandala-like, conceptual pairs of opposites are animated in
such a way that they seem to communicate formally with one another. The words used describe polarities and dualities inherent in the maze as initiation paths.