In the Press

Passenger Terminal Today
Winning Combination
Dan Symonds|01 September 2018
Despite having never worked in an airport environment, Lorem Ipsum succeeded in creating a striking and immersive series of exhibits that not only capture the passenger’s attention, but also educate and create a memorable experience. More...
The Moscow Times
The Seven Worlds of Vladimir Vysotsky
Andrei Muchnik|06 July 2018
The experience is similar to immersive theater. All the items are authentic: furniture, cutlery and clothing — there’s even fresh food in the kitchen. You can touch most of the items and even open drawers in a cupboard.
Society for Experiential Graphic Design
Lorem Ipsum Corp. Revives the Past at Platov International Airport
20 June 2018
Through the creative use of technology, multidisciplinary agency Lorem Ipsum Corp. (New York) captured the spirit of the Don Cossacks and Count Matvei Ivanovich Platov in a host of interactive and experiential installations at the new airport in Rostov-On-Don, Russia. More...
The New Yorker
Boris Yeltsin Quietly Challenges Putin
Masha Gessen|09 December 2015
Russians have long been obsessed with privilege, and with motor vehicles as its symbol. So it stands to reason that the first three major exhibits in the Boris Yeltsin Presidential Centre, which opened in Yekaterinburg, in late November, are two passenger cars and an electric bus. More...
The Hollywood Reporter
Cargo: Film Review
Frank Scheck|20 October 2011
Both filmmaker Yan Vizinberg and his actress, Natasha Rinis, make their feature debuts in this taut tale about the illegal traffic in human beings. More...
The New York Times
She Was Told She’d Be a Model. Of Course.
Jeannette Catsoulis|20 October 2011
A stripped-down, socially conscious drama set in the slippery world of human trafficking, Yan Vizinberg’s “Cargo” is commendably free of cheap emotional manipulation. Instead the film leans almost exclusively on the focused performances of its two leads, who create a credibly barbed chemistry that goes a long way toward distracting us from the film’s low-budget deficiencies. More...
Ronnie Scheib|20 October 2011
Gutsy Russian waitress/dancer Natasha (Natasha Rinis), misled in her quest for a U.S. green card, awakens on the dingy cellar floor of a Texas farmhouse alongside other drugged female abductees. More...
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