Reflex: Stron Softi Solo Exhibition
Ketchikan artist Stron Softi employs video, kinetic sculpture and traditional media to explore how people minimize the violence associated with destroying a living being. Stron Softi is the pseudonym adopted by Stephen Paul Jackson, who learned traditional carving techniques from his father, renowned Tlingit carver Nathan Jackson. In 2008, Softi earned the Juror’s Choice Award at the Anchorage Museum’s “All Alaska Juried Art Exhibition."
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625 C St.
Anchorage, AK 99501
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