Kenin | A rediscovery of the movements and spaces of our everyday lives

Master of Landscape Architecture Program

Student Name: Lauren Arndt


Project Name: Kenin | A rediscovery of the movements and spaces of our everyday lives, Minneapolis, MN and everywhere


Course: Capstone


Course Instructor: Joseph Favour/Rebecca Krinke

ABOUT THE PROJECT

We all have bodies, yes? But we often forget how wonderful they are, and on a deeper level how they make us who we are, how they connect with other people and how they build the human experience around us. It is our individual experiences, perceptions and stories that build the places we move through. Kenin is a rediscovery of these movements and spaces that make up our everyday lives using our own bodies and lovely imaginations, with the goal of bringing a little more appreciation for our own selves and empathy for those we share spaces with.

PROJECT IMAGES

A black and white image of a city scape.
Two people walking up a staircase in Rapson Hall.
A black and white image of two people on a staircase in Rapson Hall.