Industry is not only grey and dirty. It can be also green and clean.
They were the birthplace of numerous big and historic ships, which made Glasgow famous around the world.
It is not about a science fiction movie. It is a data centre. Whose data? Yours!
Amazing photos of abandoned power plants that we have never thought of…
There are some places on earth that heavy industry or uncommon human activities transform the environment in such a way that it looks rather eerie or mysterious. There is… Read more “The art of photography meets “dark” industrial sites”
Before the advent of the internal combustion engine and earth moving equipment, ore salt was exploited in underground galleries, instead of the modern open pit mines. That… Read more “Visit a salt mine!”
By this photo collection, we try to reveal the romantic side of industrial places and equipment. Colourful lights at night make buildings and machines look more interesting… Read more “Factory lights at night”
The most strange industrial setting is underground world of mining galleries. In ancient mythologies, the first miners were thought to be some monstrous deities with extraordinary powers. In… Read more “Mining”
Indusrty as Art & Culture
Industrial installations are indeed sites of cultural interest! There, technological evolution takes place, local communities develop and production makes the world go round by creating new societies and emerging cultures. Although industrial places are not praised in the same way as museums, monuments and other tourist attractions, their value is apparent. Think for a moment the connection between gold mines and El Dorado, car manufacturers and Germany, shipyards and Glasgow.
Therefore, through this blog we explore the industrial past and present and we approach it as art & culture
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