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Explorando el diseño, el sitio y el tema en relación con la participación del arte público: estudio de caso del parque Āb-o-Ātash en Teherán

Negar Zojaji

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Este artículo es el resultado de una investigación exploratoria sobre arte público en el parque Āb-o-Ātash en Teherán.

Investiga la forma en que los tres elementos de diseño, sitio y tema afectan la participación de la audiencia con las obras de arte público.

La investigación se ha llevado a cabo a través de métodos cualitativos, a saber, observaciones y encuestas discretas. Las obras de arte se han identificado en base a especificaciones extraídas del análisis del discurso
de los conceptos de publicidad y autoría en el arte público

A partir de entonces, las características de las muestras visuales se han procesado a través del análisis de conglomerados con respecto al diseño, el sitio y el tema para ser comparados y relacionados con los resultados de las observaciones del compromiso de la audiencia.

Los resultados proponen una correlación entre los temas de las obras de arte y la participación del público
en el parque Āb-o-Ātash.


Palabras clave


Teheran; Āb-o-Ātash; diseño; sitio; tema; compromiso público

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