Tomas Saraceno's 'On Space Time Foam' installation features a series of clear film layers. The aerial structure is currently available for public viewing at Milan's HangarBicocca where it will entice art enthusiasts until February 3rd.
The Argentinians preference for airy exhibits has remained consistent, seen in his previous 'Cloud Cities' display at the Hamburger Bahnof Museum. Interactivity is similarly essential to his vision as he invites guests to step, crawl and bounce upon the transparent framework.
According to Saraceno, On Space Time Foam resembles the layered formation of lasagna dishes. Those who walk on the clear coverings are placed between slots, much like sheets of pasta. A basic cause and effect relationship is created as individuals become conscious of one another's presence.
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