Through installation, sculpture and photography, the artist examines how scientific innovations develop new “sustainable” ideas.
Tomás Saraceno is both architect and artist. His works comprise concepts of how art may build dreams for the future and propose new utopias in harmony with architecture and science.
The volume includes 200 works, among them the 400 cubic meter installation of a Black Widow’s spider web that was exhibited at Bonniers Konsthall in 2010.
It contains essays by Sara Arrhenius, Helena Granström, Nikolaus Hirsch and Jeffrey Kastner and an interview with Tomás Saraceno by Hans-Ulrich Obrist