Ehe Argentine artist, architect and performer, Tomás Saraceno, floated his aerosol works in the sky of the community of Alfarcito, Argentina.
The act that took place On January 14 and 15, it was held together with the indigenous communities of Salinas Grandes and Laguna de Guayatayoc, in which they jointly wrote the message “In complementarity, we care for water. Guayatayoc Basin - Salinas Grandes, Argentina”.
The message that rose with a sculpture Floating on just the heat of the sun and power of the wind, with no fossil fuels or lithium batteries, Aerocene is part of one of Saraceno's proposed features.
While some held the sculpture, feeling the breeze of the Puna, the children they ran, chasing their shadow in constant movement, describes the creative, in his Instagram account.
Among the details of this work, The proposal of Victoria, a member of the El Moreno community, stands out, who suggested hanging the wiphala, the symbol that characterizes the native peoples.
This is how the Wiphala fluttered hanging from the sculpture throughout the aerosol flight, achieving fascinating postcards.
This flight took place within the framework of the intercultural and interdisciplinary meeting in the Alfarcito community, in the Salinas Grandes Basin and Guayatayoc Lagoon, Jujuy.
Tomás Saraceno, considered the most important Argentine artist worldwide, studied art and architecture from 1992 to 1999 at the University of Buenos Aires.
From 1999 to 2000 he completed postgraduate studies at the Ernesto de la Cárcova Nation Superior School of Fine Arts, in Buenos Aires, until in 2001 he enrolled in a postgraduate course at the Frankfurt am Main State School of Fine Arts in Germany.
Resident in Berlin, has become a climate change visionary in his work.