Putting our prediction hat on, this could well be the Barbican’s next queue-for-six-hours hit of the summer. This time, a site-specific installation by Argentinian artist Leandro Elrich using mirrors and a horizontal Victorian house facade to give the impression you are standing on, suspended from, or scaling the building vertically.

As a child I remember the odd sensation of walking around the house with a mirror under my chin, so it felt you were about to ‘fall’ up the hall landing onto the ceiling, So I’m intrigued how this may trick the senses. (Matt Baker)

Dalston House, 26th June – 4th August, Free

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