Tim Kiser

Tim Kiser

Posted on 08/30/2010


Photo taken on August 24, 2009



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At streetlevel, a view upon Minneapolis's "Riverside Plaza," Ralph Rapson's 1973 masterpiece of skyscraping brutalist architecture.

At streetlevel, a view upon Minneapolis's "Riverside Plaza," Ralph Rapson's 1973 masterpiece of skyscraping brutalist architecture.
It would be enough fun to admire the proud towers from back at a distance aways, but I like to get up close and see the ways that the residents etc like to interact with the architecture they call, "home."

The shoppingbuggy is from Target!, and I'll bet anybody everything I've got that it came from the Target over on E Lake Street, a dozen+ blocks away. Was it a young mother that rolled it over here!, filled up with diapers and formula, and did she sing sweetly children's songs to her young!, all the way back to her apartment in the sky. Was it this lady!

As for the mattress I used to have a mattress kind of close to that colour but I kept mine covered up with sheets and bedding etc. I didn't want anybody to know I had a flowered purple mattress!

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In Minneapolis on August 24th, 2009, on the west side of Riverside Plaza, off the east side of 15th Avenue South, north of South 5th Street.

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Library of Congress classification ideas:
NA4125 Concrete construction—United States—Pictorial works.
TA683.5.W34 Concrete walls—Pictorial works.
TS1850 Mattresses—Pictorial works.
NK1560 Decoration and ornament—Plant forms.
TX335 Shopping carts—Pictorial works.
TL410 Bicycles—Pictorial works.
TK4310 Electric lamps—Pictorial works.
F614.M56C43 Cedar-Riverside Area (Minneapolis, Minn.)—Pictorial works.
F614.M543 Minneapolis (Minn.)—Pictorial works.

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Art & Architecture Thesaurus term:
corners (object portions)

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