Research on "Publicness" in Public Art under the Perspective of Co-construction Concept

Authors

  • Xichen He

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.54097/hiaad.v4i3.13

Keywords:

Co-construction Concept, Public Art, Publicness

Abstract

In the early stages of the reform and opening-up, the concept of co-construction gradually entered the public consciousness. China began to emphasize community development, community participation, and grassroots governance. Over time, China has increasingly emphasized multi-party participation, democratic decision-making, and collaborative construction in urban renewal, community governance, rural transformation, and cultural development. This emphasis on social participation and collaborative construction has gradually embedded the concept of co-construction, filled with a spirit of humanistic care, into the hearts of the people. This paper aims to delve into the "publicness" in public art under the perspective of the co-construction concept. By introducing relevant concepts such as co-construction, the paper clarifies the core concept of "publicness" under the co-construction perspective. It thoroughly analyzes the inseparable relationship between the co-construction concept and publicness in public art, elaborating on how the co-construction concept influences and guides the practice of public art design.

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Published

01-12-2023

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How to Cite

He, X. (2023). Research on "Publicness" in Public Art under the Perspective of Co-construction Concept. Highlights in Art and Design, 4(3), 43-46. https://doi.org/10.54097/hiaad.v4i3.13