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The role of durational art strategies in urban regeneration in Budapest

Dominika Tihanyi

Abstract


The presented strategy reflects on the theme of sustainable urban regeneration, focusing on the importance of the role of public spaces in creating liveable cities. The theoretical background of the strategy deals with the changes taking place in the fields of public art and urban rehabilitation methodologies. The parallel drawn between the evolvement of the two fields leads to the introduction of a method which integrates public art interventions into the process of urban rehabilitation. Public art interventions become platforms that enable people to take an active role in creating and forming their future, and enable future landscape/public space design elements to become more site-specific and unique.


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durational strategy, temporality, participatory citizenship, local identity, embedded design, urban regeneration, temporary art intervention

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.7480/spool.2016.2.1393



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