Emily Stover 


            Emily Stover

My work investigates the way people inhabit the landscape and the many systems that support modern ways of life. Whether interrogating land use, energy production, or the postal service, I am intrigued by the social and physical infrastructures of human civilization. My creative practice, based in architecture, landscape architecture, urban design, and public art, translates these themes into artful experiences that inspire curiosity and introspection.

I position my work as neither temporary nor permanent, but as operating within overlapping social, cultural, and natural ecosystems that are dynamic and transformational. I endeavor to create with increasing responsibility and responsiveness to our changing world, and embrace a process that deepens the human-environment relationship through materiality, form, and experience.

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www.richard-schabetsberger.com Emily Stover is an artist, designer, researcher, and educator based in Minneapolis, MN. Her practice draws emotional connections between the experience of the landscape and larger social and environmental conditions.

As a lecturer and researcher at the University of Minnesota College of Design, she teaches creative problem-solving and innovation practices in the public sector with a focus on community co-design and human-centered system change. Emily has a Bachelor of Science in Architecture from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and a Masters of Landscape Architecture with minors in Studio Art and Metropolitan Design from the University of Minnesota.

Photo: Richard Schabetsberger

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