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VIDEO: Jacob Hashimoto, The Other Sun at Ronchini Gallery

Mayfair’s Ronchini Gallery has been taken over by a swarm of paper kites, strung from the ceiling by thousands of threads by artist Jacob Hashimoto and his team. Some are clouds of white, others are individually decorated with psychedelic patterns in primary colours, while at the far reaches of the space hundreds of bright yellow kites form a sun-like glowing shape. Hashimoto’s installations draw from his Japanese heritage, video games, design and nature, with a need to occupy and respond to spaces and the people who flow through them. FAD talked to Hashimoto about his creative process, the practicalities of mounting his installations, and the amount of knots he has to tie…

Film by Laura Bushell





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