Marjan Teeuwen Presents Chaotic Buildings on the Verge of Collapse

By: Meghan Young - Published: Nov 20, 2011 • References: & thisiscolossal
The work of Marjan Teeuwen could easily be confused with a bulldozed building site. At first glance, it appears to be completely random, a scene of pure destruction. Yet Marjan Teeuwen has actually embraced this chaotic mess and ordered it in a unique way.

Based in The Netherlands, Marjan Teeuwen essentially eviscerated the walls of abandoned buildings and then refilled them with leftover objects found throughout each of the rooms. The result is claustrophobic spaces that look like they are on the verge of collapse. It is this tenuous nature that truly makes Marjan Teeuwen's work beautiful.

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