'Silence Still Governs Our Consciousness'

Installation at the MACRO Rome Contemporary Art Museum by Jacob Hashimoto

”The work fills the room like a “diaphanous canopy” evoking in its spectators the sensation of being “surrounded by a mist filled forest of kites and strings - a quiet, meditative, sculptural environment.” The piece synthesizes nature and technology to yield a fluid and organic landscape. This encourages meditation and evokes new readings of the gallery: as a void, as space, or as time.”

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