A Victorian terrace has popped up in east London that lets you swing from its ledges, run up its walls and generally defy gravity. Architecture critic Oliver Wainwright hangs loose at Dalston House, the novelty installation by Argentinian artist Leandro Erlich.
The artist talks about “enjoyable discovery” and playing with spaces that you might not otherwise think of.
I love how it is an interactive piece of art that only exists when people play with it.
more at Dalston House: where every visitor becomes Spider-Man – video | Art and design | guardian.co.uk.
- Dalston House: the building that lets you defy gravity (guardian.co.uk)
- Dalston House project: Deceptively spacious house art pops up in east London street (metro.co.uk)
- Gallery: Gravity-defying Dalston House art installation by Leonardo Erlich in Hackney, east London (metro.co.uk)
- Ooh er: visitors to Dalston town house art installation give passers-by the heebie jeebies (standard.co.uk)
- Artist Leandro Erlich offers ‘crazy perspective’ at his illusion house in east London (telegraph.co.uk)