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    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.

  • Leli Sarsozo

    "Dutch artist Marjan Teeuwen... uses leftover fragments to create densely textured walls and surfaces... (and) countless objects crammed into small rooms, creating claustrophobic spaces that appear on the verge of collapse, putting any contemporary hoarder to shame."

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    Abandoned Buildings Turned Into Incredible Art Installations by Marjan Teeuwen

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