Sarah Knapp


Dreamscapes: Landscapes of the Imagination is a photographic essay about two landscapes that explore human intimacy with our environment. The University of Minnesota Arboretum has over a thousand acres of gardens and model landscapes. Just a half hour from the city, it is a site that artists visit for inspiration, and where they leave behind installations of their own, to be later discovered by explorers going to hidden places. The Arboretum is a world that surrounds our senses, and merges with our imagination. Milwaukee Avenue (placed on the National Register of Historic Places) is the earliest ‘planned workers’ community in Minneapolis, consisting of two blocks of homes built in the 19th Century for working class families. A few steps away from the busy city streets transport us to an in intimate world of solace and magical landscape.




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