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Shenzhen International Low Carbon City 2023 Public Art Exhibition_
Sustainable Design in China: 2021-2022 Achievement Exhibition




CC Space, CIC Innovation and Creativity Center, Longgang District, Shenzhen


Public Art

Organizer:Longgang District Publicity Department of Shenzhen Municipal Committee of the CPC

Co-organizer:Pingdi Sub-district Office of Shenzhen Longgang District,

Urban Administration and Law Enforcement Bureau of Longgang District

Curatorial Institution: Shenzhen Fringe Art Center

Supporters(in no particular order):

China Resources Land City Operation Management (Shenzhen) Co., Ltd.,

Mangrove Conservation Foundation,

Shenzhen Huacheng International Low Carbon City Development and Construction Co., Ltd.,

Dapeng Peninsula Marine Library

Sustainability Advisor:

Beijing Contemporary Art Foundation

The Shenzhen International Low Carbon City Public Art Exhibition 2023, themed Harmony Reimagined, centers its exploration on the South, delving into climate manifestations, sustainable ecology, and public participation. Its objective is to address prevailing global commonalities and overarching concerns through the lens of southern China’s cultural microcosms. The exhibition is categorized into three perspectives: Be Careful Yeet HayThe Implicit Cycle, and Ever-Changing Weather, aiming to illustrate the nuanced interplay between individuals and the climate.


The exhibition, through invitations and commissions, presents a comprehensive collection of works by 11 groups of artists, integrating into people's daily lives from dawn till dusk. These encompass various art forms such as music, sculpture, architecture, visual imagery, interactive installations, and thematic experiences presented in the Shenzhen International Low Carbon City in Longgang.

Prior to the opening of the exhibition, we have organized a sharing session with the artists, hoping to let the public listen closely to the stories behind the works and how the artists explore and present the picture of the South in their unique creative ways. Hosted by Liu Yang, one of the curators of the exhibition and former deputy director of the Guangdong Times Art Museum, each of the 10 groups of participating artists will give a 10-minute talk, starting from their works and referring to their thoughts on the public nature of art.

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