Leandro Erlich: Dalston House

Art

Digital and interactive

1-7 Ashwin Street

Until Sun Aug 4 2013

  • Free
  • © Gar Powell-Evans, courtesy Barbican Art Gallery

  • © Gar Powell-Evans, courtesy Barbican Art Gallery

  • © Gar Powell-Evans, courtesy Barbican Art Gallery

  • © Gar Powell-Evans, courtesy Barbican Art Gallery

  • © Gar Powell-Evans, courtesy Barbican Art Gallery

© Gar Powell-Evans, courtesy Barbican Art Gallery

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Laurentiu Todie

I, like many, have been wired to enjoy the silent movies with their fantastic early special effects. As I started looking at Leandro's installation and observing visitors having fun, a distant piano tune trickled in my mind's ears and I felt half a century younger, dropped my cane and kissed a girl. Thank you Doctor Erlich and the Barbican youth clinic, Laurentiu