Fast Company magazine’s Co.Design blog explores Jacob Hashimoto’s installation at Rhona Hoffman Gallery, describing a “a hanging skyscraper” in the process.
Fast Company magazine’s Co.Design blog explores Jacob Hashimoto’s installation at Rhona Hoffman Gallery, describing a “a hanging skyscraper” in the process.
October 20

Design Blog Praises Solo Exhibition by SAIC Alumnus Jacob Hasimoto

On October 11, Co.Design—a popular design blog from Fast Companyreviewed SAIC alumnus Jacob Hashimoto’s (BFA 1996) third solo exhibition at Rhona Hoffman Gallery. Kyle Vanhemert highlights Hashimoto’s Gas Light, a massive installation crafted from hundreds of small kites, calling the work “a hanging skyscraper where a variety of colors and patterns are intermixed among fluffy white clouds.” Describing his inspiration, Hashimoto states, “I was (and I still am) interested in how I could manipulate the kites sculpturally… at the same time, I was curious as to how viewers brought their own associations and personal narratives and reflected them in the work.”