Starting with the concept of ‘global citizenship’ and themed as ‘Earth in the Classroom,’ this project conveys a three-dimensional perspective view created by white iron bars, forming a relief effect where three-dimensional and two-dimensional lines intersect. The visually hollow effect not only extends the indoor space but also intends to transform the enclosed learning environment into a transparent and boundless classroom. The hope is for university education to resonate with the global society and natural ecology from a macro perspective.
The artwork suggests that university students should care about the international community and emphasizes the importance of environmental issues in university education, promoting a new generation of ‘global citizens.

  • Date: 20111115
  • Filed under: Public Arts