What are the considerations for MRT public art installations? (Civil Works)
Public artworks are typically displayed at MRT transfer stations, MRT terminal stations and stations near important landmarks. Display locations are chosen where attention is focused, but the artworks must not interfere with construction progress or passenger movements. The budget for public artworks depends on the space required, the type of work and solicitation methods. The installation plan for public artworks includes display location, cost, and solicitation methods. After the plan is drawn up by an implementation group composed of experts in visual arts, architecture maintenance and related fields, it is sent to the competent authority for approval then put into practice.