A Study on Temporary Installation Art in Public Place

공공공간에서의 일시적 설치미술에 대한 연구 및 제언

Zheng, zheng;Chen, juan;Ro, Hae-sin;Kim, Won-seok

  • Received : 2018.10.30
  • Accepted : 2019.01.20
  • Published : 2019.01.28


Installation art is another methodology of modern art appeared in 1970's. Installation art does not seek for a particular ideology or specific form to express, but rather it endeavors to produce a work produced by mutiful media convergence and integration. Therefore, this leads to inspire new cognition on ordinary places. Installaton art is strongly related with public art in terms of most works are to be exhibited. Thus from this point of view, installation art contains public art which aims to better communication among people, nature and artificial things. Eventually, temporary installation art contains communication and convergence of people and object in public places.


Installation art;Temporary Public art;Environmental design;Convergence;Communication


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