Land Art Creation and Environmental Space Beautification


The research purpose of this paper is to study the influences of Land art creation on the beautification of environmental space and the aesthetics of life. Artists use their experience to create Land artworks in urban squares, manhole covers, and rural pastoral fields. The research methods are to classify the themes of the works of Land art creation into four parts: culture, life, city, and nature, and survey opinions of 30 subjects on Land art by a questionnaire. The test uses subjective rating scales to investigate the opinions of 30 college students on Land artworks, and the subjects were 15 females and 15 males. The research tool used independent sample t-test SPSS statistics, and p ≤ 0.05 reached significance. The research results show the opinions of subjects that the works of Land art are combined with local elements to establish the human concepts of cultural preservation. The works of Land art creation improve the public space and the environmental space of the city and nature beautification and innovation. Through the process of appreciation, the activities of the Land Art Festival enhance the aesthetic experiences of human life and the spirit. Furthermore, Land art creation and environmental space beautification promote the benefits of urban tourism and strengthen cultural development. This paper concludes that landscape artworks can beautify the environment and space, enhance the aesthetics of human life, preserve local
culture, and promote urban tourism development.

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Yi-Ting Kuo, Jen-Teh Junior College of Medicine, Taiwan

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Conference: ACAH2023
Stream: Aesthetics

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Kuo Y. (2023) Land Art Creation and Environmental Space Beautification ISSN: 2186-229X – The Asian Conference on Arts & Humanities 2023 Official Conference Proceedings
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