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27 Mar 2015

"Museum für Kaffeetechnik" Emmerich by Marina Weigl

Marina Weigl loves coffee, and combining her interest in the black gold with her art, discovered and shot old and new coffee roasters and mills at the "Kaffeemuseum Emmerich.” She photographed them in two different styles: first, as standalone still-life subjects, with clean looks at the machines and framed with color, emphasizing their uniqueness. Secondly, with Polaroids, showing the details of the big machines, and creating an emotional feel for the coffee itself. This diversity of approaches characterizes Marina’s ability to shoot a variety of subjects in a very diverse, original manner. Taken out of their industrial context, the machines become sculptural works of art.