Libri Tomas Saraceno
Tomás Saraceno: Arachnid Orchestra. Jam Sessions
pubblicata da NTU Centre for Contemporary Art Singapore
Editori: Ute Meta Bauer and Anca Rujoiu
Collaboratori: Bani Haykal, Joyce Beetuan Koh, Brian O’Reilly, Brian Massumi, Elizabeth A. Povinelli, David Rothenberg, Studio Tomás Saraceno, Etienne Turpin, Evan Ziporyn, and arachnids
Revisore di testi: Dan Koh
Book design: The Press Room
Tipografo: Kin Yiap Press
© 2017 by NTU Centre for Contemporary Art Singapore
Release in July 2017
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Cosmic Jive: Tomas Saraceno The Spider Sessions
Ilaria Bonacossa, Luca Cerizza, William Eberhard, Gianni Garrera, Joseph Grima, Federico Nicolao, Federico Rahola, David Toop
Asinello Press, Genova
info: All books are Offset print and 100% hand-bound. Each book includes flexi-disc recording.
Tomás Saraceno: Cloud Specific
Meredith Malone, Igor Marjanovic, Inés Katzenstein, Tomás Saraceno, Denis Weaire
edited by by Meredith Malone and Igor Marjanovic
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info: The work on display in Tomás Saraceno: Cloud—Specific includes pneumatic sculptures, modular environments, drawings, and a video, all conceived as part of an ongoing exploration into an Air-Port-City / Cloud-City (2001–present), a floating city in the sky fueled by solar energy. Documenting the related exhibition at the Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum and more broadly examining the artist’s working process, this book is among the first to investigate Saraceno’s work and its place at the intersection of art, architecture, engineering, and the natural sciences in a globalized world.
Cloud Cities Tomás Saraceno
Thomas Bayrle, Bruno Latour, Katharina Schlüter and Moritz Wesseler as well as a conversation between Tomás Saraceno, Marion Ackermann, Daniel Birnbaum, Udo Kittelmann, and Hans Ulrich Obrist.
14 Bilions (Working Title),
Sara Arrhenius, Helena Granström, Nikolaus Hirsch and Jeffrey Kastner and an interview with Tomás Saraceno by Hans-Ulrich Obrist
info: This is a freely distributed publication, a kind of alive sketchbook made for the work was exhibited at the Venice Biennal “Fare Mondi” 2009.