Tomás Saraceno’s On Space Time Foam installed in the Hangar Bicocca di Milano:
On Space Time Foam overturns the impositions and modernist hierarchies of sculpture, starting with the very materials that are used. Indeed, it does not mark space, but “is” space; it seems transparent, light and entirely visible, but it is also changeable and, inevitably, very heavy. It is an installation that incorporates the space for which it was designed, altering its form and function, and it “happens” only upon activating the dual opportunity of being observed from below and accessed from above. It is monumental, but it does not bear witness to something memorable that occurred in the past.Instead, it strives to be a place where something will happen in the future.
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