The Hashimoto Index I, 2017. Woodblock, Igarashi Kozo Handmade Triple Thick, 7.625 x 7.625 inches (each).
The Garden of Cosmic Violence, 2018. Wood, acrylic, bamboo, paper and Dacron, 66 x 60 inches.
The Long Goodbye to the Solar System, 2017. Wood, acrylic, bamboo, paper and Dacron, 78 x 68 x 7.75 inches.
Through the Curve of Binding Energy, 2015. Oil on linen, 20 x 18 inches.
The Time Machine I and II, 2015. Wood, acrylic, bamboo, paper, and Dacron, 22 x 17.5 x 8 inches, each.
The Scale of Worlds, 2015. Wood, acrylic, bamboo, paper, and Dacron, 54 x 47 x 8 inches.
Slow Zooms, Persistent Histories, and Ballistics, 2015. Wood, acrylic, bamboo, paper and Dacron, 66 x 60 x 8.25 inches.
Radio Echoes, Farewells, and Pale Projected Light, 2015. Wood, acrylic, bamboo, paper and Dacron, 22 x 17.5 x 8 inches.
Ordinary Light, Gyroscopes, and Possibilities, 2015. Oil on linen, 47.5 x 39.5 inches.
On the Edge of Forever, 2015. Wood, acrylic, bamboo, paper, and Dacron, 54 x 47 x 8 inches.
Burnt by the Glare of the Local Sun, 2015. Oil on linen, 20 x 18 inches.
Jacob Hashimoto (b. Colorado, 1973) is a New-York based artist who creates space-altering installations and self-contained wall pieces. Hashimoto’s work plays with the viewer’s surrounding environments through the use of multiple layers and complex geometry. Composed and constructed along a linear grid, his artworks explore the idea of viewing nature as a digital and analogue landscape and invite the viewer to analyze the elements that define our natural environment. Recent solo exhibitions include Governor’s Island, New York (2018); Palazzo Flangini, Venice, Italy (2017); Minnesota Street Project, San Francisco, California (2017); Mary Boone Gallery, New York (2016); Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, California (2014).
Review of The Dark Isn’t the Thing to Worry About at SITE Santa Fe.
Review of Clouds and Chaos at The Crow Museum of Asian Art.
Jacob Hashimoto presents two major installations of public art at Governors Island, New York.
Review of The Dark Isn't The Thing To Worry About at Rhona Hoffman Gallery.
Review of In the Cosmuc Fugue at Rhona Hoffman Gallery.