Crossing the intertwined histories of modern art and architecture, Marshall Brown’s collages create new connections, associations, and meanings among disconnected architectural fragments. Brown dissects uses the disruptive properties of collage to create new forms, spaces, and narratives. His curated fragments, culled from significant figures from the history of architectural photography, are hand-cut and fused together onto archival paper. Looming facades, stark shadows, and detailed surfaces join to create sublime spaces — offering no site or function, Brown’s assemblages look toward new, boundless spaces.
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