|Places where people worked stretch our imagination on under which conditions work was performed in previous times. The retired steel mill, still covered with dust, makes you hear the noise of the machinery. At the same time, places look spooky without workers, although it feels like someone might come around the corner at any moment. Current workshops without workers are of similar appeal. Why did someone leave the hammer, where he left it? What did people work on before they disappeared?||Verlassene Wertstätten sind sehr inspirierend und stimulieren unsere Vorstellung unter welchen Bedingungen Arbeit in vergangenen Zeiten ausgeführt wurde. Das stillgelegte und immer noch staubige Stahlwerk aus der Vergangenheit lässt uns scheinbar den Lärm der Maschinen hören. Gleichzeitig wirkt es ohne Menschen unheimlich, und man glaubt sogleich müsste jemand erscheinen und weiter arbeiten. Auch zeitgenössische Werkstätten haben ihren Reiz. Warum liegt ein Hammer an dem Ort, an dem er liegt? Woran wurde zuletzt gearbeitet?|
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The Atelier – The Workshop
By Thomas Schneider | Published October 17, 2011
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