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TSA_ART_-jacob-hashimoto_edge_of_the_world_03Jacob Hashimoto¬†threads together intricately-crafted miniature ‘kites’ to form monumental tapestries, alluding to imagery found within analog vistas,¬†video games and other types of early digital displays – with his latest iteration titled ‘Near the Edge of the World’.

These kite elements are roped together in chains,¬†which are then stretched taut between short dowels that project from wall-mounted brackets, generating a heavily layered fusion of image and pattern. ¬†The work references the ‘meta-history’ of contemporary art,¬† generating a continuously changing illusion of light, space, motion, and sense of flight.

IMAGES © Joshua White courtesy of the artist and Martha Otero gallery Рwho also represents Paper Artist Jen Stark-earlir post HERE / and HERE

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