July 3, 2013 The Unbiased Writer


Argentinean artist Leandro Erlich use the streets of London as his artistic medium for his latest project. His interactive installation is located in a vacant lot in East London as part of Beyond Barbican. Known for creating art pieces that play with the viewer’s mind, his latest optical illusion is dubbed the ‘Dalston House.’ Using a facade of Victorian house on the ground with a massive mirror at a 45 degree angle, Erlich‘s installation allows the viewer to ability to position themselves to look like they are scaling the building. Check out the photos below:

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Interesting to say the least! Be sure to let us know what you think in the comment section.


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