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Vending Machine 01 / Japan 2012 : Japanese architecture is marked by vending machines. You can find them on almost every street corner and they have become an integral part of Japanese culture. Especially at night they become a visible reference of energy consumption and likewise emanate an absurd surreal and sad beauty.  Japan has the highest amount of vending machines in the world, about 5.6 million. That’s about 1 for every 23 people. The Fukushima nuclear crises has changed the debate over energy policy, raised public awareness about energy use and sparked strong antinuclear sentiment.   In spite of that, millions of vending machines continue to run 24/7. Japanese vending machines consume about as much energy as one nuclear power plant produces. The Series calls attention to energy consumption – do we need all the machines we create and do we want to live in a world that is becoming more and more “convenient”?
Vending Machine 01 / Japan 2012
Vending Machine 02 / Japan 2012 : Japanese architecture is marked by vending machines. You can find them on almost every street corner and they have become an integral part of Japanese culture. Especially at night they become a visible reference of energy consumption and likewise emanate an absurd surreal and sad beauty.  Japan has the highest amount of vending machines in the world, about 5.6 million. That’s about 1 for every 23 people. The Fukushima nuclear crises has changed the debate over energy policy, raised public awareness about energy use and sparked strong antinuclear sentiment.   In spite of that, millions of vending machines continue to run 24/7. Japanese vending machines consume about as much energy as one nuclear power plant produces. The Series calls attention to energy consumption – do we need all the machines we create and do we want to live in a world that is becoming more and more “convenient”?
Vending Machine 02 / Japan 2012
Vending Machine 03 / Japan 2012 : Japanese architecture is marked by vending machines. You can find them on almost every street corner and they have become an integral part of Japanese culture. Especially at night they become a visible reference of energy consumption and likewise emanate an absurd surreal and sad beauty.  Japan has the highest amount of vending machines in the world, about 5.6 million. That’s about 1 for every 23 people. The Fukushima nuclear crises has changed the debate over energy policy, raised public awareness about energy use and sparked strong antinuclear sentiment.   In spite of that, millions of vending machines continue to run 24/7. Japanese vending machines consume about as much energy as one nuclear power plant produces. The Series calls attention to energy consumption – do we need all the machines we create and do we want to live in a world that is becoming more and more “convenient”?
Vending Machine 03 / Japan 2012
Vending Machine 04 / Japan 2012 : Japanese architecture is marked by vending machines. You can find them on almost every street corner and they have become an integral part of Japanese culture. Especially at night they become a visible reference of energy consumption and likewise emanate an absurd surreal and sad beauty.  Japan has the highest amount of vending machines in the world, about 5.6 million. That’s about 1 for every 23 people. The Fukushima nuclear crises has changed the debate over energy policy, raised public awareness about energy use and sparked strong antinuclear sentiment.   In spite of that, millions of vending machines continue to run 24/7. Japanese vending machines consume about as much energy as one nuclear power plant produces. The Series calls attention to energy consumption – do we need all the machines we create and do we want to live in a world that is becoming more and more “convenient”?
Vending Machine 04 / Japan 2012
Vending Machine 05 / Japan 2012 : Japanese architecture is marked by vending machines. You can find them on almost every street corner and they have become an integral part of Japanese culture. Especially at night they become a visible reference of energy consumption and likewise emanate an absurd surreal and sad beauty.  Japan has the highest amount of vending machines in the world, about 5.6 million. That’s about 1 for every 23 people. The Fukushima nuclear crises has changed the debate over energy policy, raised public awareness about energy use and sparked strong antinuclear sentiment.   In spite of that, millions of vending machines continue to run 24/7. Japanese vending machines consume about as much energy as one nuclear power plant produces. The Series calls attention to energy consumption – do we need all the machines we create and do we want to live in a world that is becoming more and more “convenient”?
Vending Machine 05 / Japan 2012
Vending Machine 06 / Japan 2012 : Japanese architecture is marked by vending machines. You can find them on almost every street corner and they have become an integral part of Japanese culture. Especially at night they become a visible reference of energy consumption and likewise emanate an absurd surreal and sad beauty.  Japan has the highest amount of vending machines in the world, about 5.6 million. That’s about 1 for every 23 people. The Fukushima nuclear crises has changed the debate over energy policy, raised public awareness about energy use and sparked strong antinuclear sentiment.   In spite of that, millions of vending machines continue to run 24/7. Japanese vending machines consume about as much energy as one nuclear power plant produces. The Series calls attention to energy consumption – do we need all the machines we create and do we want to live in a world that is becoming more and more “convenient”?
Vending Machine 06 / Japan 2012
Vending Machine 07 / Japan 2012 : Japanese architecture is marked by vending machines. You can find them on almost every street corner and they have become an integral part of Japanese culture. Especially at night they become a visible reference of energy consumption and likewise emanate an absurd surreal and sad beauty.  Japan has the highest amount of vending machines in the world, about 5.6 million. That’s about 1 for every 23 people. The Fukushima nuclear crises has changed the debate over energy policy, raised public awareness about energy use and sparked strong antinuclear sentiment.   In spite of that, millions of vending machines continue to run 24/7. Japanese vending machines consume about as much energy as one nuclear power plant produces. The Series calls attention to energy consumption – do we need all the machines we create and do we want to live in a world that is becoming more and more “convenient”?
Vending Machine 07 / Japan 2012
Vending Machine 08 / Japan 2012 : Japanese architecture is marked by vending machines. You can find them on almost every street corner and they have become an integral part of Japanese culture. Especially at night they become a visible reference of energy consumption and likewise emanate an absurd surreal and sad beauty.  Japan has the highest amount of vending machines in the world, about 5.6 million. That’s about 1 for every 23 people. The Fukushima nuclear crises has changed the debate over energy policy, raised public awareness about energy use and sparked strong antinuclear sentiment.   In spite of that, millions of vending machines continue to run 24/7. Japanese vending machines consume about as much energy as one nuclear power plant produces. The Series calls attention to energy consumption – do we need all the machines we create and do we want to live in a world that is becoming more and more “convenient”?
Vending Machine 08 / Japan 2012
Vending Machine 09 / Japan 2012 : Japanese architecture is marked by vending machines. You can find them on almost every street corner and they have become an integral part of Japanese culture. Especially at night they become a visible reference of energy consumption and likewise emanate an absurd surreal and sad beauty.  Japan has the highest amount of vending machines in the world, about 5.6 million. That’s about 1 for every 23 people. The Fukushima nuclear crises has changed the debate over energy policy, raised public awareness about energy use and sparked strong antinuclear sentiment.   In spite of that, millions of vending machines continue to run 24/7. Japanese vending machines consume about as much energy as one nuclear power plant produces. The Series calls attention to energy consumption – do we need all the machines we create and do we want to live in a world that is becoming more and more “convenient”?
Vending Machine 09 / Japan 2012
Vending Machine 10 / Japan 2012 : Japanese architecture is marked by vending machines. You can find them on almost every street corner and they have become an integral part of Japanese culture. Especially at night they become a visible reference of energy consumption and likewise emanate an absurd surreal and sad beauty.  Japan has the highest amount of vending machines in the world, about 5.6 million. That’s about 1 for every 23 people. The Fukushima nuclear crises has changed the debate over energy policy, raised public awareness about energy use and sparked strong antinuclear sentiment.   In spite of that, millions of vending machines continue to run 24/7. Japanese vending machines consume about as much energy as one nuclear power plant produces. The Series calls attention to energy consumption – do we need all the machines we create and do we want to live in a world that is becoming more and more “convenient”?
Vending Machine 10 / Japan 2012
  

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