Argentinian conceptual artist Leandro Erlich returns with his latest series of installations as part of an exhibition titled "Real." The works are currently being displayed inside Argentina’s multifaceted Casa Naranja establishment.
Recognized for his optical illusions and immersive visual presentations, the artist intends for the works in "Real" to shift viewers’ perspectives of reality. Erlich invites attendees to openly engage with his installations that are comprised of spatial illusions. Altogether, the presentation merges physical spaces with video installations to offer unique experiences.
"The senses are several. We are builders of a cosmos of what we understand as real, as opposed to what we do not believe as real. Everything is part of a human idea," said the artist in a statement.
Leandro Erlich’s "Real" is now open to the public until June 15.
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