by Ben Keys in New Art on Thursday 6 August 2009

At first glance, Scott Hove’s Cakeland seems impossibly lovely — a pink-frosted, sugary fairyland. Until you notice a bunch of his delicious creations have sprouted fangs. Then it’s kind of creepy. The walk-through installation contains multiple cakey hallways, mirrored passages and gently-lit examples of spongy goodness, the icing etched with tools like some tasty Neolithic cave-art. It’s a sugar-rush nightmare come to life. Yummy.
scott hove cakeland
scott hove cakeland
scott hove cakeland