Scot Sardinha on Why Art is Power

Posted by | November 30, 2013 | News, Speaker & Columnist | No Comments

Che had the opportunity to interview Scot Sardinha as part of his Art Is Power series on Huffington Post, a column where Che asks artists to succinctly define the power of art.

Meet Scot Sardinha: a Trinidadian-born multi-faceted artist currently living and working out of Los Angeles. The quintessence of creativity, he explores multiple realms of artistry: interior design, production design, painting, sculpture and furniture design. Born and raised in Trinidad, Scot traveled to France every summer since the age of 11 until he was 18 to study the French language, eventually working his way to his current home in the United States to embark on life as an artist.

Last year, Scot completed the production design for Mac and Devin Go To High School(2012) with Snoop Dogg and Wiz Khalifa. In the past he was worked with the likes of Snoop Dogg, Far East Movement, Jay-Z and Will Smith, amongst many others, from a working production designer to a cultural attaché. Inspired by naturalism and simplicity, Scot completed his first line of artistic furniture, creating a series of ten wood-based pieces that corroborate the power of simplicity.

You can read the rest of this interview with Scot Sardinha by Che on Huffington Post.