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2023年哥伦布展“Public By Design”现已开展

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2023-09-06 691

8月26日,数千名社区成员和游客汇聚在印第安纳州哥伦布市中心,共同体验刚刚启动的2023年哥伦布展“Public By Design”。这是一项开创性的展览,旨在呈现艺术和建筑如何帮助人们建立归属感,并为历史悠久的市中心注入新的生命力与想象力,使之成为一个公平、优美和充满欢乐的地方。


展览当天,大批游客沿着分布在哥伦布市中心的蜿蜒路线参观了展览,感受并体验了沿途的13件最新设计的公共装置作品,并参与了创作者对于这些作品的介绍——包括4位J.Irwin和Xenia S.Miller奖得主、7位大学生设计研究奖学金获得者、高中设计小组(High School Design Team)、创意媒体设计师以及6位策展合作伙伴。


On 26th August, thousands of community members and visitors came to downtown Columbus, Indiana to experience the 2023 Exhibit Columbus exhibition, Public by Design, a ground-breaking exhibition that showcases how art and architecture can help build a sense of belonging while revitalizing and reimagining historic downtowns as equitable, beautiful, and joyful places.

The day began with hundreds of people on foot—and dogs on leashes, toddlers in strollers, and kids on scooters—walking a meandering route around downtown Columbus for an Exhibition Tour to see the 13 newly commissioned installations and hear from their creators: four J. Irwin and Xenia S. Miller Prize Recipients, seven Un

iversity Design Research Fellows, High School Design Team, Communication Designer, and six Curatorial Partners.


▼展览现场,Exhibition photos © Hadley Fruits


 

 

J.Irwin和Xenia S.Miller奖获奖作品
J. Irwin and Xenia S. Miller Prize

 

01.Designed by the public

设计者 | Author: Tatiana Bilbao ESTUDIO
城市:墨西哥城 | City: Mexico City, Mexico
策展问题:如何在公共空间建立联系?
Curatorial Question: How do you connect in public space?

如何才能让公共空间成为集体与社会交流的平台,使每个人都能在这里表达自己的社区理念?这是此次在图书馆广场举办的装置展览提出的指导性问题。基于今年的策展主题,Tatiana Bilbao ESTUDIO呼吁由公众亲自设计空间的使用。

How can we allow for the possibility of public space to become a platform for collective and social exchange, where everyone can perform their own idea of community? That is the question guiding this installation at the iconic Library Plaza. Following this year’s curatorial theme, Tatiana Bilbao ESTUDIO calls for the use of the space to be designed by the public!


© Hadley Fruits


“Designed by the public”鼓励参观者自由使用各种物品、家具和设备来构建自己的想法,充分拥抱各种可能性和意想不到的事物。该作品为人们表达自己的愿望和意图提供了工具,并开启了一个持续的参与式的交流过程。通过与图书馆的合作,设计团队与社区成员共同进行了设计研讨会,以便将他们的社交活动带到户外。这是一次向所有人发出的邀请,吸引他们用自己的方式打造属于自己的公共空间。

Designed by the public encourages visitors to freely use a broad collection of objects, furniture, and equipment to build their own ideas, to allow for all possibilities, and to embrace the unexpected. It literally provides the tools for people to express their desires and intentions, opening up an ongoing participatory process of exchange. The ESTUDIO led design workshops with members of the community through a team effort with the library to bring their social programs outdoors. This is an invitation to everyone to make this public space their own, in their own way.


© Hadley Fruits

 

02.InterOculus

设计者 | Author: Practice for Architecture and Urbanism | PAU
城市:纽约 | City: New York City
策展问题:何为公众认同?
Curatorial Question: What is civic identity?

InterOculus位于哥伦布市华盛顿街和第四大街的交叉口。它的顶篷造型产生于广泛的社区参与过程,其设计灵感来自罗马标志性的万神殿建筑、当地的狂欢节传统、Zaharakos的冰淇淋圣代以及迈阿密人和肖尼人的假发,通过悬顶、照明和投影创造了一场独特的视觉和身体体验,为市中心的白天和夜晚带来活跃的氛围。

InterOculus is at the crossroads of Indiana’s Columbus, at the intersection of Washington and Fourth Streets. Its canopy form, celebratory purpose, and equitable invitation are derived from an extensive community engagement process. Inspired by influences as diverse as the iconic Pantheon in Rome, local carnival vernacular, ice cream sundaes from Zaharakos, and the wigwams of the Miami and Shawnee peoples, the design creates a visual and physical destination that can help revitalize downtown day and night through the experiences of suspension, illumination, and projection.


© Hadley Fruits


设计者希望该项目能够为社区所享所用,引发人们沉浸于历史悠久的城市中心,并通过具有积极意义的社会分歧来联系哥伦布不同的社区和思维方式。

The project asks the community to enjoy the structure, revel in the city’s historic downtown, and advocate for permanent urban public space that connects Columbus’s diverse communities and mindsets through positive social friction.


© Hadley Fruits

 

03.THE PLOT PROJECT

设计者 | Author: PORT
城市:费城和芝加哥 | City: Philadelphia and Chicago
策展问题:我们如何通过自然彼此联结?
Curatorial Question: How does nature connect us?

该作品与Mill Race中心及其周围的景观形成了融合,将各种活动与公园的生物多样性引入公共对话。

THE PLOT PROJECT interfaces with the Mill Race Center and its surrounding landscapes to place the Center’s diverse activities and the biodiversity of the park into public dialogue.


© Hadley Fruits


通过将Mill Race中心的弧形建筑形式延伸并嵌入景观,PORT设计团队定义出了一个长约1250英尺、占地半英亩的新结构。该区域被细分为12块场地,作为景观再野生化的试验田。它们将在为期9个月的生长季内不断成长,其中包括任由野草扩张的未播种土地,和经过预处理、播撒了本地暖季型草种的其他地块。

By extending and inscribing the arced shape of the Center’s building into the landscape, PORT defines a new arc approximately 1250 feet in length, covering a half-acre of ground. This zone is subdivided into 12 plots that serve as testing beds for landscape rewilding experiments that have been grown over the course of a 9-month growing season. Some plots are left unmown to grow feral, while others are prepped and over- seeded with mixes of native warm-season grasses. Bands of wildflowers, which were seeded with a mix of native and naturalized annuals and perennials, highlight the transition between plots.


© Hadley Fruits


沿着再野生化区域的外侧,每隔25英尺设置了一根测量杆,以便从地面层就能清晰地辨认出弧形的几何形状。弧线的3个点上分别设置了保护宣传站以作为新的沉思场所,并为公众提供了社交互动空间和科普学习的机会。平台的色彩借鉴了哥伦布市中世纪的建筑遗产和色彩搭配。

Along the outside curve of the rewilded area, survey poles are arrayed at 25 feet intervals, allowing the geometry of the arc to be clearly legible from the ground. At three points along the arc, conservation outreach stations are positioned as new places to reflect that invite social interaction and education. The color of the stations riff on the mid-century formal architectural heritage and color palette of Columbus.


© Hadley Fruits

 

04.Echoes of the Hill

设计者 | Author: Studio Zewde
城市:纽约 | City: Harlem, New York

为纪念Mill Race公园成立30周年,Studio Zewde探索了当地的深厚历史——从本土景观技术,到关于河鼠(River Rats)和Mill Race怪物的地域传说。通过对当地人喜爱的故事与景点的研究,设计团队得以确定出作品与山丘、池塘、小径和建筑元素等象征性事物之间的密切联系。

For the 30th anniversary of Mill Race Park, Studio Zewde explores the deep history of the site—from indigenous landscape technologies to localized histories like the River Rats and the Mill Race Monster. Research was conducted on the community’s favorite stories and spots in this place to identify a strong relationship to landmarks such as the hill, the pond, the trails, and the architectural elements.


© Hadley Fruits


这项装置作品重新诠释了对当地人具有重要意义的“小丘”。在30年前的竣工典礼上,公园的设计者Michael Van Valkenburgh明确指出,这座小丘的外形呼应了密西西比文化中古老的土丘建造传统。今天,装置的红色框架再度呼应了这座小丘,并使土丘的圆形变得完整,由此形成一个新的公共聚集空间。作为一个中空的造型,装置内部可以举行特殊活动或服务于日常使用,同时它也为开放的草地提供了一个庆祝的背景。该装置为这片土地的过去、现在和未来提供了实际和隐喻意义上的“框架”。

This installation engages the interface between one of these beloved landmarks—the hill—and one of these spaces of opportunity—the Festival Field. In the dedication ceremony 30 years ago, the designer of this park, Michael Van Valkenburgh, made explicit reference to the hill’s form echoing the ancient mound-building traditions from the Missippean culture. This installation echoes this hill with red frames and makes the mound’s circle complete, suggesting a new public space for gathering. As a hollow form, the interior of the installation can be activated by special events or everyday usage, while offering a festive backdrop to the open lawn. The installation presents a literal and metaphorical “frame” on the pasts, presents, and futures of this land.


© Hadley Fruits

 

 

大学生设计研究奖学金获奖作品
University Design Research Fellowship

 

哥伦布的旋转木马
A Carousel for Columbus

设计者:Joseph Altshuler and Zack Morrison
伊利诺伊大学厄巴纳-香槟分校建筑学院
University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign School of Architecture
Chicago and Urbana-Champaign, Illinois


© Hadley Fruits

 

棱镜
PRISMA

设计者:Esteban Garcia Bravo and Maria Clara Morales
普渡大学计算机绘图技术系
Department of Computer Graphics Technology at Purdue University
West Lafayette, Indiana


© Hadley Fruits

 

基本规则
Ground Rules

设计者:Jessica Colangelo and Charles Sharpless
阿肯色大学Fay Jones建筑与设计学院
University of Arkansas Fay Jones School of Architecture and Design
Fayetteville, Arkansas


© Hadley Fruits

 

回答者(声音装置)
RESPONDER(sound installation)

设计者:Deborah Garcia
麻省理工学院建筑系
Massachusetts Institute of Technology Department of Architecture
Cambridge, Massachusetts


© Hadley Fruits

 

副作用
Side Effects

设计者:Molly Hunker and Greg Corso
雪城大学建筑学院
Syracuse University School of Architecture
Syracuse, New York


© Hadley Fruits

 

森林玉米肉饼
Sylvan Scrapple

设计者:Katie MacDonald and Kyle Schumann
弗吉尼亚大学建筑学院
University of Virginia School of Architecture
Charlottesville, Virginia


© Hadley Fruits

 

PIPE UP!

设计者:Halina Steiner, Tameka Baba, Forbes Lipschitz, and Shelby Doyle
俄亥俄州立大学Austin E. Knowlton学院和爱荷华州立大学设计学院
Austin E. Knowlton School at The Ohio State University and Iowa State University College of Design
Columbus, Ohio and Ames, Iowa


© Hadley Fruits

 

 

高中设计小组作品
High School Design Team

《Machi 街》
Columbus, Indiana


© Hadley Fruits

 

 

创意媒体设计小组作品
Communication Design

展览地图和导航标识设计
The 2023 Exhibition Map & Wayfinding and signage systems

设计者 | Author: SIGNALS


© Hadley Fruits

本次展览将持续至2023年11月26日


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