The First Friday of each month we host the work of a local artist here in the store. For the month of April we will be feauturing local artist, Rosey Lakos. Local restaurant The Greek will be catering the event with yummy appetizers.
Who: Rosey Lakos
What: First Friday Art Reception, Stripetini’s, and bites by The Greek
When: April 2nd, Friday 5-9pm
Where: Stripe – 107 Walnut Avenue (Next to Soif and across from Walnut Ave Cafe)
Why: Why not!? Great Crowd, free drinks, amazing art.
All images were created on medium and large format film.
Prints are both analog and digital.
The process of photographic self-portraiture allows me to decontextualize spects of my identity.
I tend to be my own voyeur, a self-semblance, deconstructing the domestic, framing fiction, revealing fissures, performing femininity. It is by way of process that conclusions of persona are sincerely considered.
Rosey Lakos Biography:
A local Santa Cruz artist that has recently received her BFA in photography from California College of the Arts. Rosey dedicates part of her art practice to photographic self-portraiture, often exploring themes of repressed women and the domestic space. She works primarily with film and is always looking to expand her knowledge of materials and craft. She lives in a plywood cabin in the woods with her husband. She is currently working on renovating a 1954 Silver Streak Trailer into her art studio.