Antonia Ritter - Minneapolis Quarantine Photos

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Title

Antonia Ritter - Minneapolis Quarantine Photos

Description

"When I don't pay attention to the news, it's easy to not dwell on what's going on (no one close to me has been affected). My day-to-day experience of COVID-19, aside from mostly not leaving the house, is these weird little reminders that I see while walking around the neighborhood (displayed in the following photos)"

The first and second photos are of lawn ornaments wearing masks, including a cement dog and pink flamingos, one made up as a plague doctor.
The third photo is of melancholy graffiti in a tunnel near my house, stating "COVID 19 I miss my mom".

(She/Her/Hers/class of 2022/Math/Minneapolis,MN/Minneapolis,MN)

Creator

Antonia Ritter and Clara Posner

Contributor

Clara Posner

Date

May 29, 2020

Type

Image

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Citation

Antonia Ritter and Clara Posner , “Antonia Ritter - Minneapolis Quarantine Photos ,” Carleton Covid-19 Archive, accessed October 30, 2020, https://covid19archive.sites.carleton.edu/items/show/302.