Play House at Toiletpaper Paradise, an Interactive Art Installation in NYC
above photo by Plamen Petkov
If you’re looking for an off-the-beat, unique art experience in NY, the gallery at the Cadillac House is a must-see! For Instagram addicts, this is THE fantasy selfie station. With all sorts of wacky backdrops including fish wallpaper, crocodile statues, and spaghetti floors, it’ll have you posing and preening in all the nooks and crannies of its psychedelic space! We loved it because not only did it spur a fantastical imagination, it was interactive! What child doesn’t want to touch and feel? This pop-up apartment envisioned by Ferrari and Cattelan encourages you to explore and more! Here is Juliet jumping on the bed and playing Cinderella by vacuuming the floors!!
And just like with any other apartment, this one required a lot of household chores. We started our day getting ready at the vanity, then found dirty laundry sitting on the bathroom floor, a kitchen with dinner uncooked, and hungry pets to feed.
With so much to do around the house, you might just need to, lounge and call a friend from the comforts of your colorful bed.
Needless to say, Toiletpaper Paradise was SUCH a fun place for her and I to play pretend. We went after school pick up (around 1:30pm) on a weekday and were the only ones there! I highly suggest going during the weekday with your kids to fully enjoy the space. After you’re done, you can treat yourself to a little something at the beautiful cafe that they have and also browse the latest Cadillac models!
What a fun mommy and me outing this was! Click here for more of our fashionable adventures around the city!
The exhibition was made possible through creative media agency Visionaire and Toiletpaper Magazine; Ferrari and Cattelan are co-creators of the latter. Toiletpaper Paradise runs through April 12 and is free to the public.
The Gallery at Cadillac House
330 Hudson Street
New York City