Multi-disciplinary artist, Marleen Sleeuwits has a keen eye for the disconcerting quality of seemingly mundane, everyday spaces. Central to her work is the examination of impersonal environments - places that could be at once everywhere and nowhere. Marleen's artistic practice gradually evolved from photographing these spaces to intervening with them. She frequently reuses location-specific materials - such as panels from dropped ceilings, carpet tiles, fluorescent lighting tubes and glass wool - in her installations. She plays with perspectives, optical illusions and scale. In recent works, she has increasingly blurred the line between the 2D photo and spatial art, with the result of calling into question the visual aspect of reality.