Tomás Saraceno goes beyond the traditional perception of space and time with his innovative room installations. He designs utopias, adopts unusual perspectives and moves beyond all limits of a conventional understanding of architecture. Saraceno gets his inspirations from complex geometries and natural, mainly flexible and dynamic objects such as soap bubbles or spider webs. He creates spheres from organic webbing, free floating balloons and oversized, room filling netting. Saraceno finished his studies of art and architecture at the Universidad Nacional de Buenos Aires in 1999, subsequently followed by a postgraduate study at the Staatliche Hochschule für Bildende Künste in Frankfurt/Main between 2001 and 2003.