inspiration, updates

Really interested in dark surreal foreign cinema. Looking to borrow/buy VHS tapes if you’ve got em.
Currently exploring polish film on my tumblr.  Click here to view them, or send me an comment to recommend.

 

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NOVEMBER OPEN SHOP – THIS SUNDAY/MONDAY!

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Join me for a night of screenprinting – this Sunday and/or Monday at Living Proof

Living Proof Print Collective

 

EXPERIENCED PRINTERS:
Please join us this week for our November Open Shop.
Open Shop is an open studio time when people with printing
experience meet up in the shop to work on projects –
individual or group.   We are screenprinting based and some
experience is a must, but it’s pretty low-key DIY.  We’ll have
Living Proofers in the studio working on projects so if you’d
just like to drop in and come check it out you’re also welcome.
This is a reoccurring event, the 3rd and 4th of every month.
This month’s Open Shop is this Sunday and Monday 6-9 pm.
This is also a very low cost event, but we do charge for supply usage-
on average this is $10-20. We’ll provide you with
screens/ink/emulsion and all that jazz- but bring your own
paper to print on. Don’t want to spend money or you…

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Bio

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Lazy Geometry is just one person — Paige Guggemos: a mid-twenties female artist & adventurer from Minneapolis, Minnesota

Paige is currently a freelance graphic and sometimes web designer, who once graduated from the Minneapolis College of Art & Design (MCAD) with an art & business degree.  She makes mostly light-hearted works based on pop culture, local bands, collage, text, found objects, science, nature, and lomography.  In her free time she likes long bike rides, live music, hanging with her 5 cats, smoothies, books, films, and is now working hard to start a new Minneapolis Gallery.  Usually, she is both social and awkward, and thoroughly enjoys the art of a good story.

In her past, she ran the now-defunct Tarnish&Gold non-profit gallery, and was a screen-printing/printmaking intern at both LandLand and Highpoint Center for Printmaking.  Paige once dabbled as a security guard at the Walker Art Center, grew up interviewing Punk & Indie bands for free music, and sometimes sells pizza for money.  She is also the founder of the Minneapolis Lomography Club, an open group for Minnesotans interested in meeting to take Toy Camera photos and share results.

Professionally, Paige specializes in Social Media & Web Marketing for small and non-profit business.  She also works heavily with graphic & web design, and occasionally merchandising and sales.  Personally, Paige specializes in small mixed media pieces, photography, graphic design for local bands, and screen-printing.

If you’d like to contact her for information on purchasing or commissioning work, please e-mail: paigeguggemos@gmail.com or call 612.205.7843.