Stop the Week often dreams of a world entirely composed of cake. So we are overjoyed to hear of an artistic project based in Oakland in California, called Cakeland, which transforms a walkthrough retail space into a haven that’s good enough to eat. Actually, it’s mostly made of foam. The website describes the vision thus: "Cakeland can serve as an analogue for the search for temporal love; the experience can be incredibly sweet and indulgent, punctuated by moments of insecurity and terror."

It’s a philosophy that guides Stop the Week.

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