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Volume 162, 20235th International Conference on Art, Design and Cultural Studies (ADCS 2023)
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|Published online||21 April 2023|
The Coexistence of Public Art Intervention in Anthropocentrism and Marine Ecological Dilemma
Wuhan Textile University, Wuhan, China.
* Corresponding author: Shuwei Li
We are used to thinking of the ocean as infinite, but it is finite. Human beings have violated science and discharged pollutants into the ocean over the years, damaging both the Marine ecosystem and the common well-being of mankind. They pose a serious threat to human existence and development. When exploring and reflecting on the root of these ecological environment problems, people will turn their eyes to human centrism one way or another. Nowadays, the traditional human centrism is difficult to get out of the old development dilemma on the relationship between man and nature. Therefore, in order to solve the “coexistence dilemma” of human beings, we must establish a scientific and reasonable principle of subjectivity, that is, to establish “modern human centrism”. His existence, is fully aware of the current human for the destruction of the environment brought about by the extreme confusion. It is contemporary people who see this ecological dilemma in the ocean, so they want to find ways to present or solve the problem. At this time, the emergence of public art gives problems a chance to buffer.
Key words: Public art / Human centrism / Marine ecology dilemma / Coexist
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