Haunted House installation by Torafu Architects covers quite a few basics of the haunted house stereotype. People entering and leaving picture frames, moving paintings, invisible man, floating eyeballs and illusion mirrors being a few. Entitled GHOSTS, UNDERPANTS and STARS, the exhibit was staged at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Tokyo.
The imaginative haunted house, plays on the architects’ idea of a Haunted Play House, where the usual creepy scary elements of haunted house lore are portrayed in a somewhat lighter, much more fun environment. And of course, keeping an eye on everything going on, is the invisible man/ghost who sits quietly in a corner with no visible features except the suit, hat and glasses he wears.