Artists Dan Havel and Dean Ruck turned two abandoned homes in Houston, Texas into a mind-bending art installation known as ‘Inversion.’
Using wooden boards from the outside of the houses they created a large funnel-like vortex that runs in between the two houses.
According to their website, “Havel and Ruck constructed a 90′ long tunnel through both houses, inverting exterior wood siding to create walls of tunnel. The 30″ ft opened onto Montrose Boulevard, attracting thousands during its six month existence.”
The piece was completed in 2005
Their work looks almost like a black hole, sucking in the outside of the house
Saddly though, the house has since been demolished to make way for a new Art League building.
However, you can check out even more of Dan Havel and Dean Ruck’s incredible artworks here. Make sure to give this a share on Facebook before you go.
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