Spaces By Marleen Sleeuwits

In her more recent work Marleen Sleeuwits builds new spaces (or sculptures) with materials from such spaces, such as laminate, dropped ceilings, parquet strips and fluorescent tubes, which she then photographs. The antitheses between real and artificial, actual and imitation, concrete and virtual, two- and three-dimensional create a visual experience that momentarily alienates the viewer from a sense of time and place.

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