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  • I took these photos of Niigata’s wonderfully dystopian Tsutsuishi train station a few years ago. 40 metres below the surface, the only way to access the station’s 2 platforms is by navigating several damp tunnels and a total of 290 steps. A trek Tsutsuishi’s 25 or so daily passengers have to make without any aid whatsoever, as there are no lifts or escalators. And if that wasn’t enough, the air pressure created by passing trains can cause hurricane-like winds — hence the waiting room’s stark metal doors.
  • I took these photos of Niigata’s wonderfully dystopian Tsutsuishi train station a few years ago. 40 metres below the surface, the only way to access the station’s 2 platforms is by navigating several damp tunnels and a total of 290 steps. A trek Tsutsuishi’s 25 or so daily passengers have to make without any aid whatsoever, as there are no lifts or escalators. And if that wasn’t enough, the air pressure created by passing trains can cause hurricane-like winds — hence the waiting room’s stark metal doors.
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표준적인 삶은 따분하다는 것. 삶은 하나의 예술작품이 되어야 한다는 것. 그러기 위해서 삶은 비틀리고 왜곡돼야 한다는 것
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    표준적인 삶은 따분하다는 것. 삶은 하나의 예술작품이 되어야 한다는 것. 그러기 위해서 삶은 비틀리고 왜곡돼야 한다는 것

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  • I took these photos of Niigata’s wonderfully dystopian Tsutsuishi train station a few years ago. 40 metres below the surface, the only way to access the station’s 2 platforms is by navigating several damp tunnels and a total of 290 steps. A trek Tsutsuishi’s 25 or so daily passengers have to make without any aid whatsoever, as there are no lifts or escalators. And if that wasn’t enough, the air pressure created by passing trains can cause hurricane-like winds — hence the waiting room’s stark metal doors.
  • I took these photos of Niigata’s wonderfully dystopian Tsutsuishi train station a few years ago. 40 metres below the surface, the only way to access the station’s 2 platforms is by navigating several damp tunnels and a total of 290 steps. A trek Tsutsuishi’s 25 or so daily passengers have to make without any aid whatsoever, as there are no lifts or escalators. And if that wasn’t enough, the air pressure created by passing trains can cause hurricane-like winds — hence the waiting room’s stark metal doors.
  •  529  33  13 hours ago