Architects and urban planners towards contemporary artistic interventions in public space ÔÇô opinion survey among WarsawÔÇÖs professional circle

Monika Wr├│bel

doi:10.37190/arc190410

Abstract

The meeting of architecture, contemporary public art, and street art can provoke tensions and conflicts between different actors that are involved in creation of the cityscape. The article presents the results of a survey conducted among professional architects and urban planners in order to identify their opinion on the contemporary public art with particular emphasis on the artistic interventions (also illegal) that interfere with the works of architecture. Insight into the opinion of this professional circle can be a pretext for building a better dialogue and understanding between architects, urban planners, and artists working in the city space.

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