Published by Spector Books. Edited by Philipp Oswalt, Lars Behrendt, Anna Garbus, Ignas Petronis, et al.
Berlin-based Argentinian sculptor Tomás Saraceno (born 1973) offers a glimpse into his practice through reflections on collective coproduction, the legacy of avant-garde digital works and the demands of producing large-scale interactive sculpture, using his Flying Plaza project as a case study.
Published by Skira editore. Edited by Hans Ulrich Obrist, Eva Horn, Timothy Morton, Tim Ingold.
The book is an in-depth survey of the Aerocene project. The Aerocene project consists of a series of airborne sculptures made by Tomás Saraceno that will achieve the longest emissions-free journey around the world, becoming buoyant only by the heat of the Sun and infrared radiation from the surface of the Earth.
Published by Kerber. Text by Juliane von Herz, Ronald Jones, Marianne Rodenstein, Hella Schindel.
Inaugurating Rossmarkt3, a multi-annual public sculpture project for Frankfurt's Rossmarkt, Argentinian artist Tomás Saraceno (born 1973) has created a large-scale arachnid-like sculpture that blends his interests in art, architecture, physics and ecology. This volume also includes other works of Saraceno's that explore similar themes.