Artist Spotlight: Barbara Hashimoto

Shredded Junk Mail with Grand Piano, installation
Photo: Eric Young Smith

Barbara Hashimoto uses shredded junk mail to create installations and sculptures commenting on the excesses of waste and commodity. You can see more of her work and learn about her projects at her website.

 

Junk Mail Landscape, installation, 8 x 40 x 40 feet
Photo: Archie Flor Cruz

Sea of Junk Mail, installation, 45 x 2 x 50 feet
Photo: Archie Flor Cruz

Photo: Shelley Anderson

Junk Mail with Gand Piano, performance
Video Stil: Eric Hoffhines

Dango, 2010, 20 x 23 x 50 feet (each Dango approximately 24” diameter, 20” height), shredded junk mail

Photo credit: John Faier

Loaves, 2010, 20 x 33 x 20 inches (each), shredded junk mail

Photo credit: John Faier

Pods, 2010, 7 x 30 x 25 feetods, shredded junk mail

Photo credit: John Faie

Red Solicitations 2, 2009, 4 x 5 x 5.5 inches, shredded credit card solicitations, dye, encaustic, pastel

Red Solicitations 3, 2009, 11 x 12cx14 inches, shredded credit card solicitations, dye, encaustic, pastel

Photo credit: John Faier


					
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