Leandro Erlich's "Batiment" is a reflected building facade that encourages audience interaction.

This interesting piece of interactive public art is a mirrored installation called Bâtiment (Building) by Buenos Aires-based artist Leandro Erlich. Currently on display for the ‘In Perceptions’ exhibition at Le 104 in Paris, the work creates an illusory effect using mirrors, reflecting a facade you can virtually climb on and hang off.

Visitors are invited to interact with the fun piece of art, creating a sense of community and encouraging audience participation. They can hold onto balconies or climb up the face of the building like Spider-Man. Bâtiment will be on display until the end of March. Click through to see more pictures of the mirrored installation:

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