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Gray Public Space Under Urban Bridge - A Case Study of Public Arts Space Micro-Transformation Focusing on "Regional Culture" and "Art for All"

Version 1 : Received: 23 April 2022 / Approved: 26 April 2022 / Online: 26 April 2022 (10:55:46 CEST)

How to cite: Liu, T.L.; Cao, W.; Liu, Y. Gray Public Space Under Urban Bridge - A Case Study of Public Arts Space Micro-Transformation Focusing on "Regional Culture" and "Art for All". Preprints 2022, 2022040239 (doi: 10.20944/preprints202204.0239.v1). Liu, T.L.; Cao, W.; Liu, Y. Gray Public Space Under Urban Bridge - A Case Study of Public Arts Space Micro-Transformation Focusing on "Regional Culture" and "Art for All". Preprints 2022, 2022040239 (doi: 10.20944/preprints202204.0239.v1).

Abstract

Since the 21st century, China's urbanization process has been rapid development, the concept and function of urban public space in the city has been gradually paid attention to. In order to guarantee life and water, most urban construction relies on rivers, and Bridges are the most important way to communicate between urban areas. The main functional part of the bridge is the span structure, that is, the bearing structure of the bridge, and the lower part of the "gray" space formed by the bridge structure. Considering the social level, with the economic growth and urbanization development, people have brought a better living environment and quality of life, and also improved the requirements for urban public environment. In the increasingly tense urban space, how to use and transform the space under the bridge is a problem that needs to be considered and solved. In view of this problem, in this study, we try to solve the micro-transformation of space under Bridges in cities through public art from the perspective of "regional culture" and "art for all". This paper analyzes the micro-transformation of space art under Bridges in two large cities of Shanghai and Foshan, namely, the space under Bridges under Songhong Road in Shanghai, the space under Bridges under Central Of Suzhou River and the space under Bridges under Pingsheng Bridge in Foshan. This paper discusses the cultural intervention of "regional culture" in the micro-transformation of the space under the bridge, and the influence and effect of "art for all" on the public art space under the bridge after the transformation to the community and the public.

Keywords

Urban grey space; Space under bridge; Public Art; Micro-transformation; Regional culture; Art for all

Subject

ARTS & HUMANITIES, Theory of Art

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