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From Page to Screen: Hi-Fructose Visits the Shine Shack

Our latest "From Page to Screen Episode" is now live! Discover Mike Shine's unique process and his Shine Shack studio with our Hi-Fructose exclusive video. Mike Shine lives and paints in Bolinas, California. He typically uses driftwood and found objects to create works that invite (or even require) the observer to handle and operate them, something he considers contrary to the sterile “please don't touch” mentality of many art institutions. In the last year, Shine has been featured in The Museum of Craft and Folk Art's Indoor/Outdoor exhibit and SFMOMA's temporary outdoor installation, as well as San Francisco's White Walls Gallery. Mike Shine has been featured in the pages of Hi-Fructose. Get a copy of Hi-Fructose Collected Vol. 3 here and watch the video after the jump.

Our latest “From Page to Screen Episode” is now live! Discover Mike Shine’s unique process and his Shine Shack studio with our Hi-Fructose exclusive video. Mike Shine lives and paints in Bolinas, California. He typically uses driftwood and found objects to create works that invite (or even require) the observer to handle and operate them, something he considers contrary to the sterile “please don’t touch” mentality of many art institutions. In the last year, Shine has been featured in The Museum of Craft and Folk Art’s Indoor/Outdoor exhibit and SFMOMA’s temporary outdoor installation, as well as San Francisco’s White Walls Gallery. Mike Shine has been featured in the pages of Hi-Fructose. Get a copy of Hi-Fructose Collected Vol. 3 here.

“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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