Spiders web

Hi – my name is Margaret, and I work at Artsy. While researching Tomás Saraceno, I found your page: http://www.robinxyz.com/2018/01/art-visits/.

I am reaching out to certain website and blog owners that publish content in line with our mission to make all the world’s art accessible to anyone. We hope to continue promoting arts education and accessibility with your help.

Our Tomás Saraceno page provides visitors with Saraceno’s bio, over of his works, exclusive articles, and up-to-date Saraceno exhibition listings. The page also includes related artists and categories, allowing viewers to discover art beyond our Saraceno page. We would love to be included as an additional resource for your visitors via a link on your page.

If you are able to add a link to our Saraceno page, please let me know, and thanks in advance for your consideration.


“I try to explore unknown territories to find possible new way of understanding our futures.”
-Tomás Saraceno


I replied as followed:

Hi Margaret,

Thanks for your fine email and request. This is an interesting opportunity for me to write a new short blogpost titled ‘In Orbit revisited’ with a text and some photos of the work of Tomas Saraceno.

I can include a link to your webpage as requested. As I believe that networks should be like transparent as a spider web, I would like to mention your request as well. Of course, a link from your website to mine, would also be appreciated.

Best wishes, Robin


However, after 2 months there is no answer yet or any link to my site…



“I try to explore unknown relationships to find possible new ways of understanding art futures.”
– Robin Weijers paraphrasing Tomás Saraceno

So I decided that this post is the requested work and leave you with a picture, made by me, of the spiders web of Tomás Saraceno, made in K21 Düsseldorf.