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Tania Alvarez & Alissa Ohashi. Alissa Ohashi art talk and Sonder installation at Surel’s Place in Garden City, Idaho on April 4, 2022.

Ms. Ohashi used her residency to research and explore ideas of the collective unconscious and mythology with the inclusion of the idea of "sonder" - which is the profound realization that each individual, including strangers you pass on the street, is living their own unique life that is as complex as your own, and that they are the main character in their story.

Alissa Ohashi is a lens-based, mixed media artist working with experimental photography, collage, printmaking and installation. Ohashi received her MFA from Columbus College of Art & Design and is an Adjunct Professor of Digital Photography at the University of Cincinnati. She was recently a Fellow at the Columbus Printed Arts Center and is exploring the deconstruction of identity and the reconstruction and reintegration of memory through philosophical, psychological and spiritual lenses. She was selected as an ArtPop award recipient and has had her documentary work featured on a billboard on the westside of Columbus, Ohio, as well as in the documentary video, “Called to the Front Lines.” Ohashi has been published in a variety of art publications and has been featured in multiple exhibitions, both domestically and internationally.
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Tania Alvarez & Alissa Ohashi. Alissa Ohashi art talk and Sonder installation at Surel’s Place in Garden City, Idaho on April 4, 2022.<br />
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Ms. Ohashi used her residency to research and explore ideas of the collective unconscious and mythology with the inclusion of the idea of "sonder" - which is the profound realization that each individual, including strangers you pass on the street, is living their own unique life that is as complex as your own, and that they are the main character in their story.<br />
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Alissa Ohashi is a lens-based, mixed media artist working with experimental photography, collage, printmaking and installation. Ohashi received her MFA from Columbus College of Art & Design and is an Adjunct Professor of Digital Photography at the University of Cincinnati. She was recently a Fellow at the Columbus Printed Arts Center and is exploring the deconstruction of identity and the reconstruction and reintegration of memory through philosophical, psychological and spiritual lenses. She was selected as an ArtPop award recipient and has had her documentary work featured on a billboard on the westside of Columbus, Ohio, as well as in the documentary video, “Called to the Front Lines.” Ohashi has been published in a variety of art publications and has been featured in multiple exhibitions, both domestically and internationally.