Valuing Art in Public Spaces

Liliana Harding, Corina Nani

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This article reflects on how wellbeing is generated in public spaces, drawing on the experience of moving public art and culture to the virtual environment. We start from the example of street art - a form of culture designed with the widest public in mind. Street art has been extended and reshaped in the virtual space, along with other forms of culture. We thus question the value placed in public spaces and to what extent the real and virtual environment can promote inclusivity and make culture accessible to all.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 1 Jun 2023


  • inclusivity
  • public spaces
  • art
  • interdisciplinary approach
  • well-being
  • public good

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