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Randy Hage- Sim City

0 Comments 09 October 2013

Video interview with sculptor Randy Hage by Daniel Rolnik.

By Daniel Barron

 

Do an image search on Randy Hage and you could be forgiven for thinking you were looking at a series of banal photographs of dilapidated New York storefronts.  Look at little more closely.  It ain’t SoHo.  For over twenty-five years, Hage has been creating, models, sets, and props for TV and film, but his passion projects have lied in assembling meticulous recreations of the iconic structures and communities of New York City that are gradually being wiped away through a process of gentrification large-scale redevelopment.  It’s a process he hope can commemorate and preserve the fading soul of the city.  In preparation for Hage’s recent residency at the Flower Pepper Gallery in Pasadena art critic Daniel Rolnik interviewed him in his studio as part of his ongoing video blog series Hi, I’m Daniel TV.

 

Interview

 

World’s Smallest Wheatpastes

 

Faux Wood

 

Miniature Gumball Machine

 

More:

World’s Smallest Cigarette

Miniature Leaves

Miniature Bricks

View more works at Randy Hage‘s official website.

View more of Daniel Ronik’s videos at “Hi, I’m Daniel TV.”

Follow Daniel Rolnik on Twitter and Instagram at @danielrolnik.

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Daniel Rolnik is a freelance writer and art curator based in Los Angeles. Raised in the Bay Area, his career started when he was invited to write for a new magazine called LA Record. Since then, the self-proclaimed "World's Most Adorable Art Critic" has had a prolific career interviewing countless artists for websites such as Fecal Face, Argot & Ochre, Cartwheel, For Your Art, and Beautiful/Decay. He is also a contributing writer to publications like LA Weekly, Hi-Fructose, and The Jewish Journal. Follow on Twitter at @danielrolnik.

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