The Hitchcock Hallway is an art installation by artists Aslak Vibaek and Peter Dossing. The installation is inspired by the use of architecture in acclaimed director Alfred Hitchcock's movies. His use of architecture helped to add to the sense of psychosis and madness that is a common theme in his movies.
The Hitchcock Hallway is installed in IKON Gallery in Birmingham, UK. It consists of 11 rooms that appear at first to be identical, but really these rooms' dimensions get subtly smaller room by room. The installation challenges people's perception of similarity and difference while also provoking thought about one's place within space and time.
The Hitchcock Hallway is an interesting art installation that is a must-see for horror movie lovers.
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