Tomás Saraceno’s practice is elevated by the concepts linking art, life science and the social sciences. Enmeshed at the junction of these worlds, his floating sculptures, community projects and interactive installations propose and explore new, sustainable ways of inhabiting and sensing the environment. Saraceno has most recently exhibited at the 58th International Art Exhibition - La Biennale di Venezia as part ofMay You Live In Interesting Times(2019) and the Palais de Tokyo in Paris for his Carte Blanche exhibition ON AIR(2018). His work is included in the collections of Bauhaus Museum, Weimar; MoMA, New York; SFMOMA, San Francisco; Walker Art Center, Minneapolis; Nationalgalerie, Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, Berlin. Select residencies include the Centre National d’Études Spatiales (2014–2015), MIT Center for Art, Science & Technology (2012–ongoing), and Atelier Calder (2010). Saraceno lives and works in and beyond the planet Earth.