On Space Time Foam is the latest project of the Argentine artist Tomás Saraceno, that took place in Milan, at Hangar Bicocca last winter. The artist, well known for his huge social and artistic sculptures, has realized the largest inflatable site-specific installation ever made with a surface accessible to the public: with a transparent film placed at 24 meters high, it had a total width of 400 square meters.
Based on quantum physics and theories on the evolution of the universe, On Space Time Foam was realized thanks to references to various kinds of knowledge, from science to art. The architecture is turned into a sort of a lively organism, that breaths thanks to the movements of all the people that walk on it. From this, the message that Saraceno wants to transmit is how our relationships influence the earth, through amazing structures that involve the audience with spatial and emotional intriguing experiences.