leandro erlich: bâtiment at le centquatre
 
leandro erlich: bâtiment at le centquatre leandro erlich: bâtiment at le centquatre
jan 17, 2012

leandro erlich: bâtiment at le centquatre

leandro erlich: bâtiment at le centquatreimage © henriette desjonquères & paul fargues, l. erlich all images courtesy le centquatre

 

 

bâtiment’ by argentinian artist leandro erlich is a large-scale installation consisting of a mock-up building façade turned on its side and a multi-storey mirror. exhibiting as a part of le centquatre‘s group show ‘in_perception’ in paris, france, the piece allows visitors to view themselves in a gravity-defying illusion where they are hanging off the elevation of a four-level house. the work aims to challenge and skew the viewer’s comprehension of reality by using mundane elements of urban life that have slipped into the unconscious of the public.

 

 

image © henriette desjonquères & paul fargues, l. erlich

 

 

image © henriette desjonquères & paul fargues, l. erlich

 

 

image © henriette desjonquères & paul fargues, l. erlich

 

image © henriette desjonquères & paul fargues, l. erlich

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