Arts in a city
In a city like Hong Kong, there are three kinds of arts.
The typical art exhibitions located indoors, say various museums or art shops in the city.
There are some street art, both approved and illegal, filling up some blank walls in the city. We may need to think if there should be space available for citizens to join to make a city more beautiful.
Public art: there are some art works in public space designated for people to “look at” only while touching and usage is not allowed. There are some works which can be defined by citizens unintentionally, even they are not artists. The above is an example. Bamboos are materials used mainly for construction and maintenance work of a building. The picture shows when it was not used, workers sat on them to take a rest. I regard bamboos as an art here because they were used in a different way we didn't expect.
There are so many “art works” in the city, and they are not necessarily made by artists. Instead, they can be created by citizens who do not have any artistic knowledge or skills. These works can not only be looked at, but also touched and even used in new ways that we have never thought of.