Symbiosis, Consumption, and Architecture

Jing Yuan


If the roads and tracks can extend indefinitely, there is no doubt that the city can expand indefinitely. If elevators can go up and down indefinitely, then the city's horizon can go up indefinitely. If the walls of museums had no imitation, exhibitions would never end. The city we live in is wrapped in endless space and moves forward in concert, and the city is replicated in every places. Now, there is still much discussion about participation in the field of urban planning and architecture, and interventions in space through public art are practiced in many cities, and although there is no academic consensus, the subject remains one that will have a significant impact on the future of human life. The article looks at individual spaces and the work and practice of artists to explore the links between cities and people .Cities should be diverse, flexible spaces with more possibilities.


Warped Space; Anti-Architecture; Spiritual Ecology; Place Making

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