Argentine artist Leandro Erlich put together the three-dimensional piece, which will open to the public in Dalston this week, using mirrors and a life-sized exterior of a terraced house lying on the ground.
The mirror is positioned at a 45-degree angle above the facade installation, meaning people can crawl all over it and appear to be climbing up the front of the house.
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