Fake Swimming Pool


The Swimming Pool was designed by Buenos Aires artist Leandro Erlich in 2004. It located in the Museum of Contemporary Art, Kanazawa. The swimming pool framed by a limestone deck and appears to be filled with deep, shimmering water. A layer of water only some 10 centimeters deep is suspended over transparent glass. Below the glass is an empty space with aquamarine walls that viewers can enter.

via : Amuzing Planet







14 Responses to “ Fake Swimming Pool ”

  1. Very strange. They just need a giant fake shark to go with it…

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  2. would have been cool if the kid “broke” the glass trying to get up :)

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  3. Suddenly I feel like swimming :D Is there fake swimming?

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  4. This is brilliant! Completely inspired! I love this! What would be even better is if some dummy tried to dive into the “pool”.

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  5. It just looks like the real pool!

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  6. Very cool!

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  7. Look like the real swimming pool

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  8. was wondering if that’s a real ripple, or just a static one…it’s a cool piece of art…would have been cooler if people can step on the top part and look like they’re walking on the water!

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  9. it will be 2 funny if somebody tried to jump in i cant talk cus im dumb enough two jump in myself

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  10. heheh….. but its look like real swimming fool :D

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  13. Wow! this is awesome.

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  14. wow! so cool! ok, get this: what if a kid didn’t know it was fake, and brought his swimmin costume, jumped in, and broke the glass! I am such a L.O.L er! :):):):):):):):):):)

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