CONCEPTUAL MATRIX MODEL OF ACTIVATION OF THE HISTORICAL ENVIRONMENT BASED ON INCLUDING OBJECTS OF PUBLIC ART
Keywords:historical environment, activation, public art, conceptual model
Historical environment is a system of spaces that have an informed historical and cultural value.
It’s an organic space that structures and gives the city unity and identity, but at the same time being in constant adaptation to changing social requirement. To date, the atmosphere of the historical space becomes anachronistic, at a time when it content, perception and user experience changes. There is a need for the successive development of historical values and the acquisition of new environmental qualities. Public art objects provide an opportunity to take a fresh look at historical environment, they help to restore the local uniqueness of the space and emotional intensity. They fulfill the social function, interacting with architectural environment.
Development of a conceptual matrix model of the historical environment activation based on including objects of public art needs to be comprehended, because it reflects the modern vision of space enhancing the moment of its entertainment, emotional and informational saturation. The historical environment should present new values, educate human culture.
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