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FRIDAY FUNNIES: Mirroring a terrace

FRIDAY FUNNIES: Mirroring a terrace

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A UK art installation replicated a terrace house with a slight twist and scary results.

Using a giant mirror as his main prop, Argentine artist Leandro Erlich created a three-dimensional visual illusion, which was installed in an east London street.

Resembling a theatre set, members of the public were encouraged to lie horizontally on the ground with mirrors positioned overhead.

The reflections of visitors give the impression they are standing on, suspended from, or scaling the building vertically.

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FRIDAY FUNNIES: Mirroring a terrace
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