Cultured Playground

Artists turn to public play areas as a source of creative expression

Implications - Seeking greater exposure, artists are turning to familial, public landscapes as a form of creative expression. Turning playgrounds into art installations and sources of education, artists are using childhood activities to expose consumers to new and unorthodox designs. Thus, adding a comforting approach to methods of art and culture.
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Imaginatively Abstract Playgrounds - Free Play by Dan Schreibman Feeds Children's Creativity
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Warm 17,997 Clicks Pub: Jan 20, 14
Imaginatively Abstract Playgrounds
Free Play by Dan Schreibman Feeds Children's Creativity
The more literal a thing gets, the less creativity and imagination it can inspire; the Free Play playground addresses this belief by providing a more abstract experience for children. In place of... [More]
Hammock Public Seating - The Off-Ground Installation is Part Playground, Part Retreat
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Warm 46,474 Clicks Pub: Aug 7, 13
Hammock Public Seating
The Off-Ground Installation is Part Playground, Part Retreat
The Off-Ground installation is like a playground for adults. As adults, who lead much more hectic, responsibility-ridden lives than children, the perfect playground would be a place for rest and... [More]
Random Crimson Playground Art - The Red Swing Project Brings Back Childlike Fun and Enjoyment
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Warm 2,530 Clicks Pub: Jan 27, 14
Random Crimson Playground Art
The Red Swing Project Brings Back Childlike Fun and Enjoyment
The Red Swing Project boasts both random but fantastic characteristics. Andrew Danziger started with an idea to just see what would happen if he put some red swings up in various places and it... [More]