From Page to Screen: Studio Visit with Scott Hove

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In our latest “From Page to Screen” video, where we take a closer look at the studios and processes of artists previously featured in the print issues of Hi-Fructose, we go inside the Oakland studio of Scott Hove (Hi-Fructose Collected 3). Better known as Cakeland, Hove’s studio is a surreal space where Hove works among the site-specific installations that make his studio a veritable pastel-hued dream world with a sinister twist. In the video, Hove discusses the morbid aspects of his sculptural work, like the guns, fangs and bones that appear among the cherries and frosting, and his views on the cyclical nature of life. Watch the video and check out some photos from Cakeland below.

Hi-Fructose presents: From Page to Screen is a series of videos investigating the studios and process of artists featured in the pages of Hi-Fructose New Contemporary Art Magazine. Produced by Hi-Fructose. Filmed and Edited by Kamio Media.

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