Check Out Jacob Hashimoto's Massive Kite-Cloud Installation Inside Governors Island's St. Cornelius Chapel

Queens artist Jacob Hashimoto has a massive sculpture on display inside St. Cornelius Chapel on Governors Island. On view until October 31st, 2018, the installation includes 15,000 black and white paper kites arranged in the shape of moving clouds. Titled The Eclipse and Never Comes Tomorrow, the two pieces are meant to envelope viewers in a tangible, yet ever-shifting fog.

Governors Island Announces Immersive Public Exhibition by Artist Jacob Hashimoto. Two breathtaking installations composed of thousands of delicate, hanging rice paper kites, cubes and funnels to be displayed in historic St. Cornelius Chapel and Liggett Hall Archway.

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