09 10

Leandro Erlich’s Reflective Optical Illusion House in London


Yesterday I went to see the optical installation titled Dalston House made by Argentine artist Leandro Erlich, the piece was erected in Hackney just off Dalston Junction on a disused lot that has remained vacant since it was bombed during the Second World War.

The piece was commissioned by the Barbican in London to install a version of his wildly popular optical illusion that creates the visual effect of instant weightlessness. Using a wall of giant mirrors propped against a huge horizontal print of a Victorian terraced house.

The installation is free to all visitors and will remain up through August 4th.



9 comentarios:

  1. Cool installation. These photos are proper messing with my head though! :)

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  2. I want to go to there!!!! That is amazing.
    xo
    ashley
    www.thephotogramps.blogspot.com

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  3. That's such a great place!!!

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  4. This is incredible!! I wish that I could go and see it myself - what fun! xx

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  5. Saw this at the weekend! Great fun! :)

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  6. very interesting, the pictures look all great

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  7. did you get dizzy? was it fun? i'm afraid it would hurt my brain.

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  8. I have been meaning to go see this since its been open, but never understood how it worked! Thanks for sharing I understand now!!

    Letizia x

    http://letiziawho.blogspot.co.uk

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