“This is the third version of a work I originated in 2004, when I moved from painting to making sculptures out of rattan and bamboo. I simply started by making one stomach [form] and then after I had finished I thought it wasn’t enough, so I made another one and connected them together
Utagawa Hiroshige Superb Pinks and Chinese Agrimony Woodblock print, ink and color on paper ca. 1836
Bronwyn Oliver - Entwine - Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery
"Red fruits", Taki Katei (1830-1901) - Part of the series "Orders of colors", 1894. 222619_306183502836782_1228210823_n.jpg (880×711)
Papercut - Pablo Lehmann
and so the river flowed 2 | Jo Lewis | watercolour on paper, 2010
Tomás Saraceno deploys insights from engineering, physics, chemistry, aeronautics and materials science in his work. An artist trained as an architect, he creates inflatable and airborne biospheres with the morphology of soap bubbles, spider webs, neural networks or cloud formations, which are speculative models for alternate ways of living.