'beware of the artist' vitruvian man for public space
Under the concept of 'remixing', the art project has hints to revive some artists at once (Leonardo da Vinci, Marcus Vitruvius, Antoni Gaudí ) with the combination of using Dadaist re-interpretation (and combination) of signs-symbols and street art movement; which are not connected to each other directly.

As known, the aim of signs in public spaces are mostly in order to living together within the boundaries of respect. For living our lives safety; society must comply sings of rules, prohibits and warnings. But after a while, people stop looking and recognizing some of these signs; because of their accustomed and busy daily routine. To be reminded, sometimes these forgotten signs should be renewed and also raised; in the way of social structure of society to attract attention. The sign 'beware of the artist', aimed to regain attention in for forgotten signs and make society ask questions about it.

As the sign transformed to The Vitruvian Man from Leonardo da Vinci, the sign has lost the factual meaning of itself. But at the same time it raised in another significance as being the perfect human body and reminder for well known posture from Renaissance and a sign of some artists; while attracting attention for the forgotten sign. Also death of master architect Antoni Gaudí which was struck by a passing tram, generates ironic part of the project. 

Despite all the concept, the most ravishing side of all of the public space art projects are connection between society. Whereat, society should not have the knowledge about all or have the knowledge, but still cannot remember in daily routine. Thus, the most beautiful question words appear: what, why, when, who, where and how.
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In the concept of remixing, the art project has hints to revive some artists at once (Leonardo da Vinci, Marcus Vitruvius, Antoni Gaudí ) with Read More
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