Spider/Web Pavilion 7
Aero(s)cene: When breath becomes air, when atmospheres become the movement for a post fossil fuel era against carbon-capitalist clouds
Beyond the Cradle 2019: Space and the Arts
Engadin Art Talks: Grace and Gravity
Webs of At-tent(s)ion
The Politics of Solar Rhythms: Cosmic Levitation
Sounding the Air
Passages of Time
Particular Matter(s) Jam Session
A Thermodynamic Imaginary
How to entangle the universe in a spider/web?
Art Basel Miami – Hans Ulrich Obrist in conversation with Tomás Saraceno
“ON AIR live with…”
Our Interplanetary Bodies
Stillness in Motion — Cloud Cities
163,000 Light Years
On Space Time Foam
How to Entangle the Universe in a Spider Web
Ring Bell — Solar Orchestra and the Wind Structures
14 Billions (Working Title)
Poetic Cosmos of the Breath
Galaxies Forming along Filaments, like Droplets along the Strands of a Spider’s Web
Stillness in Motion — Cloud Cities, imagines alternative possible scenarios for futures, conjuring an era in which humanity ceases to negatively impact our planet’s fossil-fuel resources. Part of Saraceno’s larger body of work titled Aerocene, it shows us how it is possible to become airborne in collective sustainable environments. The Aerocene multiple artistic experiments re-calibrate our sensory systems, catalyzing the emergence of new ways of inhabiting the world.
Stillness in motion refers to how it feels to float in the air, condensing the gap between our perception and experience of the ocean of air at the bottom of which we dwell. When it comes to buoyancy – the tendency or capacity to remain afloat in a liquid or rise in air or gas – or more precisely to experience buoyancy the sensible dimension seems to override the scientific thermodynamical and physical explanations or implications. This buoyancy can be defined as intense weightlessness: becoming lighter than air to challenge gravity. Becoming airborne, being able to travel without sensing it or at least to sense it outside of our ways of perceiving space-time relations, is paradoxically remaining still and being in motion at the same time.