SEFT-1, Art Moves at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park

Ivan Puig and Andrés Padilla Domene, SEFT-1 under the stars of Taviche

SEFT-1, Abandoned Railways Exploration Probe took part in Art Moves, an event showcasing mobile art from across Europe at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park during Open House London weekend.

Los Ferronautas' dazzling research probe was one of twenty-five ingenious art vehicles, that travel on land and sea being brought together by Art Moves curators Adriana Marques, Head of Arts and Culture, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park and Fiona Boundy, Curator and Project Director for ELMO.

In addition to showing the SEFT-1 vehicle, the film of Los Ferronautas brothers will be screened and Andrés Domene gave a talk as part of the Art Moves event programme.

The weekend event was part of the arts and culture strategy for the Park following the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games.  Art Moves featured work by Adam Chodzco, Nicole Mollett, Mark Dion, Public Works, Aberrant Architecture, Lone Twin, Tim Meacham, Avant Gardening and Lisa Cheung, Jan Williams and Chris Teasdale, ELMO, Walker and Bromwich, Richard Brown, Bureau of Silly Ideas, Francis Thorburn, Up Projects, Albion Kids Show and Jane Watt.