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Research on Taipei MRT Public Art and Its Public Perception
HUANG HSIANG WEI
The Taipei MRT has become a part of the citizen’s life. What about the MRT public art? What does it mean to the public? What do commuters know about these quiet art work and facility? Have they stopped and appreciated these art work and facility? This research is to discover the connection between the public and Taipei MRT public art and to encourage the public to devote more care to and take more action in the public art in their lives. This research studied Taipei MRT public art and its public perception. It collected the data of how deep the public got involved in and knew about the MRT public art through questionnaires, then used the data for cross-analysis and comparison. This research has discovered that the traits of MRT commuters are low travel frequency, commute for work, short distance, transfer, cross-lines, multiple transportation and convenience. The artwork inside and outside of the MRT stations is not a stranger to the public. Furthermore, they recognize its functions of beatifying the environment and making people feel comfortable while wish it could be more practical and interactive. Meanwhile, the public knows quite well about the public art including its meaning and function. They also know about the type and location of the public art and think the public art is short of related education and promotion. To conclude this research: 1. The public has been close to the public art and has need of it. As a result, it is better to take the public’s feedback as a reference when designing, planning and improving the public art. 2. Other than beautifying the environment and comforting one’s heart, the MRT public art should be more practical and interactive so the public could be involved instead of solely watching. 3. The MRT needs side-value other than transportation, such as shopping, leisure, art and culture. 4. The type and display location of the public art should be more diverse and interesting to enrich the public’s field of vision and expand the public art’s influence. 5. It is urgent to improve the education and promotion of the public art so it would really be part of the public’s daily life.
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