Toms Saracenos futuristic constructions and images occupy a space between art and architecture that calls attention to the aesthetic and poetic dimensions of forms. Pushing the conventions of sculpture and installation art, Saraceno (Argentina, b. 1973) uses such industrial materials as elastic ropes and plastic balloons to create clusters of spheres, radiant explosions of lines, and geometric constellations that wed materials and space into one.



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Dear Toms,

I would love to participate sending some plastic bags from Madrid, Spain and do my little contribution.
How can I do it?


Guillermo Romero-Parra.


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