The Eviscerated Architecture of Marjan Teeuwen

The Eviscerated Architecture of Marjan Teeuwen wood installation architecture

The Eviscerated Architecture of Marjan Teeuwen wood installation architecture

The Eviscerated Architecture of Marjan Teeuwen wood installation architecture

The Eviscerated Architecture of Marjan Teeuwen wood installation architecture

The Eviscerated Architecture of Marjan Teeuwen wood installation architecture

The Eviscerated Architecture of Marjan Teeuwen wood installation architecture

The Eviscerated Architecture of Marjan Teeuwen wood installation architecture

Dutch artist Marjan Teeuwen eviscerates the walls of abandoned buildings, conjoining rooms with massive holes, and uses leftover fragments to create densely textured walls and surfaces. In the last photo, a project entited Destroyed House, Teeuwen removed the walls from a post-war apartment block in Amsterdam and sawed the building’s doors into hundreds of fragments, using them in turn to construct layered partitions. Walls made from doors. In other works she uses countless objects crammed into small rooms, creating claustrophobic spaces that appear on the verge of collapse, putting any contemporary hoarder to shame. If you want to learn more you can catch this 44 minute documentary of the artist at work. Photos courtesy Happy Famous Artists.

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