On the western edge of North Minneapolis and Golden Valley, husband-wife creative team Tia and Souliyahn Keobounpheng occupy a ’70s-style ranch home in the way that only two architecture-school [...]
“Architecture is about society and about our aspirations and about culture,” he says. “Le Corbusier saw it as an instrument of social change. That was such a new thing to me."
This labor of love for the unexpected becomes a kind of art in itself—one of patience and resolve that, as Josef Harris puts it, “takes your whole life to practice.”
The work of a part sculptor, part artist and part all-around character.
“It’s not that poetry is dead. It’s that a kind of poetry is dead."
A Minneapolis-based artist discusses her road to creativity.
" ... the best approach is to lean in, trust your gut and hold on tight."