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This futuristic car explored Mexico’s abandoned railways

This futuristic car explored Mexico’s abandoned railways

SEFT-1 Abandoned Railways Exploration Probe by Ivan Puig and Andres Padilla Domene, over Metlac Bridge (Puente de Metlac), 2011 Cropped

SEFT-1 Abandoned Railways Exploration Probe by Ivan Puig and Andres Padilla Domene, over Metlac Bridge (Puente de Metlac), 2011
SEFT-1 Abandoned Railways Exploration Probe by Ivan Puig and Andres Padilla Domene, over Metlac Bridge (Puente de Metlac), 2011

Artists and brothers Ivan Puig and Andres Padilla Domene were the masterminds responsible for SEFT-1 Abandoned Railways Exploration Probe project. SEFT-1 or Sonda de Exploración Ferroviaria Tripulada was an interactive, interdisciplinary art project that explored disused railway lines and their historical importance, as well as their social implications.

As a road and rail vehicle, the creation by Mexican artists, who collectively went by the name of Los Ferronautas was designed to explore the uninhibited and abandoned railways of Ecuador and Mexico. Throughout the journey, SEFT-1 captured videos, photos and even collected various objects. The interactive art project did an excellent job of exploring the human patterns of technological dependence, the end result of which appeared to be both a utility and waste.

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Chris Burden got enormous meteorite on eBay for this installation

Chris Burden got enormous meteorite on eBay for this installation

Chris Burden - Porsche with Meteorite, 2013, Photo by Benoit Pailley/New Museum
Chris BurdenPorsche with Meteorite, 2013, restored 1974 Porsche 914, 390 pound meteorite, steel structure installation, New Museum, New York City, USA, 2013
Photo: Benoit Pailley, New Museum

About Chris Burden’s Porsche with Meteorite

Chris Burden was not exactly an everyday artist. While his previous work usually involved a form of danger (see Shoot), his last works have still been about performance, but mostly involved creating very much advanced models of working machines. One of such of his works was sitting in the New Museum, NYC in 2013. At the New Museum, there was a large chunk of meteorite which weighed 365 pounds hanging from one end of a massive steel frame while a Canary yellow 1974 Porsche 914 hung from the other end.

Burden went to great lengths to make his machines come to live and a great deal of energy and intelligence is required. According to the story of how the meteorite machine came to be, Burden spotted the huge meteorite on eBay and it was available on free shipping too. He had never seen a meteorite that big and he went ahead to buy it without actually having any inkling whatsoever about what he would do with it.

Chris Burden whose most well-known work is Shoot, an art performance in which he had his own arm shot by a friend in 1971, had over the years grown into a stocky, vigorous 67 years old man. His works were usually huge and they always took very long time to bring to life but there is a clean elegance about them which Mr. Burden said he imbibed from the University of California.

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These are all cars that Keith Haring ever painted on

These are all cars that Keith Haring ever painted on

Keith Haring, 1987, Red BMW Z1, Hans Mayer Gallery, Duesseldorf, Germany

Keith Haring - Untitled (Car), 1986, Enamel on 1963 Buick Special
Keith HaringUntitled (Car), 1986, Enamel on 1963 Buick Special

About Keith Karing

Keith Haring was born in Reading Pennsylvania on May 4, 1958 and grew up in nearby Kutztown, Pennsylvania. His passion for art began at a young age and following high school graduation he enrolled in the Ivy School of Professional Art in Pittsburgh for two semesters.

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Beni Bischof’s vision for driving in the future

Beni Bischof’s vision for driving in the future

Beni Bischof - Handicapped Cars
Beni Bischof – ohne Titel, from Handicapped Cars series, 2010/2011

Handicapped Cars is a series of digitally manipulated photographs created by Swiss artist Beni Bischof depicting hovercraft-like cars that would not look out of place in a dystopian science fiction film. They are colorful, sleek, and operate as digital sculptures that are temporally ambiguous, giving the viewer a disconcerting feeling as though these are other worldly vehicles that are present today. Bischof plays close attention to form and movement, with the smooth, seamless lines seeming to indicate the innate speed of the objects. Like his other work, Bischof takes an everyday object and subtly changes it, calling into question its familiarity and function.

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