Yahoo Celebrity South Africa reviews SEFT-1 Abandoned Railways Exploration Probe: Modern Ruins 1:220, 26 June 2014.
Their travels were aided by a retro-futuristic design, part of which enabled SEFT-1 to mount Mexico's dormant rail network and resurrect it as a means of scenic if not singularly idiosyncratic transport.
Allison Meier reviews SEFT-1 Abandoned Railways Exploration Probe: Modern Ruins 1:220 for Hyperallergic: Sensitive to Art and its Discontents, 19 June 2014.
"...the Ferronautas found ghost towns and desolation, but also communities that they engaged in discussions about both the railroad’s potential for use and its waste, transmitting stories from one stop to the next."
EXIT express reviews SEFT-1 Abandoned Railways Exploration Probe: Modern Ruins 1:220 in an article entitled "Viaje a las Ruinas del Futuro", which translates: "Journey to the Ruins of the Future". 17 June 2014 (In Spanish)
Jonathan Jones reviews SEFT-1 Abandoned Railways Exploration Probe: Modern Ruins 1:220 for The Guardian, 11 June 2014.
An entire railway system lies abandoned, going to waste, in the eerie world explored by Puig and Domene. Elsewhere an entire island city can be experienced as a modern ruin. In fact, ruins are everywhere in modern cities. Look again at that derelict space below the overpass, that wasteland by the industrial estate. Even building sites are ruins in reverse, film footage run backwards of a city falling down.
Alex King reviews Furtherfield Gallery's exhibition Piratbyrån and Friends for Huck Magazine, 28 May 2014.
‘Piratbyrån and Friends’ at London’s Furtherfield gallery commemorates the artwork, writings and adventures of this merry band of digital pranksters made over almost a decade of teasing the powers that be.
Anders Anglesey reviews Furtherfield's touring exhibition Digital Zoo - Life from the World Wild Web after its launch in Leeds for the Culture Vulture, February 2014.
In addition to the more child-oriented installations three pieces offer a more thought provoking and grown-up look at the consequences of the increasing degree to which technology is colonizing our everyday lives.
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