Reviewing Two Street Blocks in Downtown Salt Lake City: Towards Re-envisioning the Circulation Spaces and Passages

This paper offers the perspective that architecture should be considered and seen as public art. Accordingly, this paper adopts an interdisciplinary perspective to the study and practice of art and architecture. Along these lines, the paper will discuss a proposal by Urban Art Lab in the SixtyNine-Seventy Competition, which called for the conceptual “re-envisioning” or re-imagining of two street blocks (69 and 70) in downtown Salt Lake City in Utah. Urban Art Lab’s entry for the competition was an urban cluster within two Salt Lake City blocks that consisted of installations, art interventions and new public spaces.

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  • Accession Number: 01765712
  • Record Type: Publication
  • Files: TRIS
  • Created Date: Jan 4 2021 9:51AM