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Public art

  1. 1. PUBLIC ART WITHIN THE POLITICS OF URBAN CHANGE - Nipesh P Narayanan
  2. 2.  Anonymous citizens  Vandalism  Rat race for betterment  False illusion of “no” time  Non – city people / New Professionals  No/less sense of belonging
  3. 3.  Anonymous citizens  Vandalism  Rat race for betterment  False illusion of “no” time  Non – city people / New Professionals  No/less sense of belonging
  4. 4.  CinemaTheatre  Pubs  Malls  PublicArt Installations (Temporary & Permanent)
  5. 5.  Art as a political propaganda.  Art as a form of protest
  6. 6.  GAP between art and public  Public art as an essence of public understanding
  7. 7.  Participation makes it public ▪ Participation in creation ▪ Participation of the cause ▪ Sense of ownership
  8. 8.  Art is an integral part of people’s life since the beginning of civilization.  People celebrate art in life
  9. 9.  Public art as a part of urban development…  Public art as a social process…  Public art as a form of public expression…  Public art by the public…
  10. 10.  Master plan for public art.  Economic factors  Legal Factors  Public art is not just for the designated artists to develop on, but can have a wider public participation.  Temporary art installations can bring in current issues more effectively with lower budgets.  Public art is a collaboration between urban designers and artists

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