Sol Hashemi views his artworks as mushrooms popping up occasionally from a vast mycorrhizal web. His practice spans many niches, including foraging, woodworking, experimental product photography, stoneworking, cooking, organizing, conceptual floral design, writing, conversation, curating, brewing and the internet. Much as a network composed of fungi allows apparently isolated trees to communicate and share resources, Hashemi is interested in exploring how this relationship can exist through art. Solo exhibitions include Afterwards, What Comes Before is Different at James Harris Gallery (Seattle), Technical Support at Annarumma Gallery (Naples) and Software Update / System Build at The Henry Art Gallery (Seattle). He has also exhibited his work at Sculpture Center, the Portland Art Museum, Ditch Projects and Kunstverein Munchen. Hashemi was a founder of the art space Veronica and is a recipient of the Kayla Skinner Award from the Seattle Art Museum.