tomas moravec hacks a wooden pallet to glide down tram tracks
tomáš moravec hacks a wooden pallet to glide down tram tracks
all images courtesy of tomáš moravec
in the city of bratislava, slovakia, czech artist tomáš moravec has fixed wheels to a standartized europallet, fitting it between existing tram lines and taking it for a spin down the street. the wooden platform — a basic feature of any warehouse — has been reinterpreted as a functioning vehicle, giving a totally new purpose to the shipping unit.
moravec describes that ‘the new transport vehicle brings change into the spatial perspective of a passenger in motion and generally changes the life of the city, through which the pallet can run,guided by a map of the city lines.’
using the pallet in bratislava, slovakia
video courtesy of tomáš moravec
wheels installed on the bottom of the wooden crate allow it to fit within the tram slots
sliding down the city streets
tomáš moravec rolls down the street
taking the hacked pallet for a spin
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