Los Ferronauta's SEFT-1 Abandoned Railways Exploration Probe joins the Art Moves showcase in Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, 21-22 September 2014.
SEFT-1, Abandoned Railways Exploration Probe will be making an appearance during Art Moves, an event which will offer an unprecedented showcase for mobile art from across Europe. Los Ferronautas' dazzling research probe will join more than twenty other ingenious art vehicles, that travel on land and sea being brought together at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park during Open House London weekend.
The weekend event is a fundamental element of the arts and culture strategy for the Park following the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games, Art Moves represents part of a broader arts programme initiated by the London Legacy Development Corporation, responsible for extensive social, economic and environmental regeneration in Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park and the surrounding area, aimed at maintaining and contributing to the culturally vibrant heart of East London.
In addition to SEFT-1, Art Moves will feature 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, Jane Watt.
There will be a series of free events and talks, including one by Andrés Domene one of the Los Ferronautas brothers who created SEFT-1, details to be found at www.artmoves.org.uk
Art Moves is co-curated by Adriana Marques, Head of Arts and Culture, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park and Fiona Boundy, Curator and Project Director for ELMO.