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public space

1. An area within a building to which there is free access by the public, such as a foyer or lobby.
2. In some codes, an area or piece of land legally designated for public use.
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We put art out of the galleries and placed it in public spaces to let the citizens engage with the art."
Talking about public intervention in public spaces, Sethi said, 'Any conversation about art and public space cannot take place without having a simultaneous conversation about where and how those interventions are taking place.'
Bernadette Herrera-Dy said President Duterte can further empower women by signing the Congress-ratified bill, which seeks to penalize gender-based street, public spaces and online harassment.
According to Arendt, Athens was the first city that supported the concept of public space, where people discussed everything about life such as politics, democracy, art, etc.
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'If Musa Aman wants to have equal public space standard as Singapore, he needs to learn how Singapore respects green space and how Singapore advocate the spirit of public space,' he said, claiming that public spaces have diminished in the state capital in preference for luxury hotels.
Public SPACE will also feature a unique innovation wall, a display for product presentations and learning sessions, featuring upcoming programming and information spanning Newark's burgeoning tech ecosystem.
In Geomedia: Networked Cities and the Future of Public Space, McQuire explores how the growth and near ubiquity of spatially linked technologies are (and have the potential to) transform the way public spaces are used and understood.
'Our parks were designed over centuries, and reflect different notions about what public space means,' says Silver.

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