For the past 8 years, Danger Zone, the sculpture by Peter Belyi has been in a wonderful state of deterioration.
From the project notes:
In the installation ‘Danger Zone’, the artist deliberately degrades the traditional subject of romantic ruins to the form of technical, post-industrial ruins. His chosen material is plasterboard, itself inherently disposable, intended for single use, decorative, something only for the here and now. After the exhibition such an object can only be taken to pieces and thrown away, fully reflecting the principle that lies behind contemporary architecture, an architect that foresees no re-use.