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Landscape architecture and design
Permyakova V.V. - Land Art as a dialogue between man and nature pp. 12-19


Abstract: The object of this research is the trend of modern art commonly referred to as “Land Art”. The subject of this research is the problematic of manifestation of the creative interaction between man and nature. The author examines such aspects of the development of art practice that reflect environmental concerns. The various forms of creative manifestation of landscape art are demonstrated. Special attention is given to the principles of aesthetic contemplation, vigorous creative activity as the conceptual foundation in the works of Land Art painters. The article explores the results of scientific-theoretical insights of the modern Land Art scholars, among whom are the pioneers and founders of Land Art. In the context of “classical” works of Land Art, the author considers the experience of manifestation of certain qualities of Land Art in the practice of creating the geoglyphs in the best interests of political parties, regimes and corporations. The author also turns attention to the possibility of using “Earth Art” for designating the places of the missing historical and cultural monuments. It is noted that the artistic expression of Land Art is based on the reference to the archaic ways of expressing oneself, how the ancient people built dolmens and creative cave paintings for emphasizing their connection with the nature and earth.
Bulatova E.K. - Boulevard Strip in Yekaterinburg pp. 17-22


Abstract: The subject of this research is the analysis of Yekaterinburg beautification project “Boulevard Strip” that includes the street quarter of Verkh-Isetsky Boulevard – Repina Street – Moskovskaya Street – Popova Street. The object of this research is the analysis of advantages and disadvantages of the project “Boulevard Strip”, from the perspective of which the recreational territories should form a uniform landscape and urban development system of the city. The main goals consist in the assessment of current state of the development of recreational systems of Yekaterinburg, and analysis of transformation and reconstruction of the “boulevard strip”. Yekaterinburg marks desolation of boulevards that yet are not subject to reconstruction in comparison with the new boulevards and boulevard rings that have already undergone a large-scale reconstruction, including with application of the principles of landscape urbanism. A popular boulevard is located within the structure of microdistrict, remote from road transport, designed for playground, active and passive recreation. These characteristics should serve as the basis for designing new boulevards.
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