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On the Friday right before the Astan Asia Day, Közi and his support members Yugami and Yashima made a trip to the Zeche Zollverein in Essen. Clack, tack, clack. Walking stunned through the impressive architecture they took photos of the wide ground of the industrial world heritage side without being bothered much about the constant drizzle. Their thoughts got lost in the remnants of the once biggest colliery of the world and its connected cokery.
In the building of the old coal preparation plant, which houses the Ruhr Museum today, the homage of the Japanese artists for the influential band Kraftwerk became unmistakably tangible. The museum’s info boxes turned into a playground to stage the pioneers’ image of robotesque habitus and unified red shirts and black neckties.
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