Air: A journey through this invisible, ethereal & vital element

The Gallery’s summer blockbuster exhibition ‘Air’ explores the cultural, ecological and political dimensions of this elemental substance with major works by more than thirty leading international and Australian artists including Carlos Amorales (Mexico), Dora Budor (Croatia), Tacita Dean (UK/Europe), Mona Hatoum (Lebanon/UK), Jonathan Jones (Wiradjuri/Kamilaroi, Australia), Anthony McCall (UK/USA), Ron Mueck (Australia/UK), Jamie North (Australia),…

Highlight: Tomás Saraceno ‘Biosphere’

With the generous support of Tim Fairfax, AC, the Gallery recently acquired four sculptures by Argentine artist Tomas Saraceno. Tomas Saraceno is internationally renowned for his ambitious sculptures and installations that take the form of webs and interconnected spheres or bubbles. Frequently created through weaving and looping elastic rope into complex geometric forms they often…

How did we install Tomás Saraceno’s Biospheres at GOMA?

© The artist. All rights reserved. No part of this video may be reproduced without permission Tomás Saraceno is renowned for his ambitious sculptures and installations that take the form of webs and interconnected spheres or bubbles. His work is influenced by ideas of networking and ecology, looking to the systems and forms found in nature…