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The Art of Regenerative Regional Development: The Case of Echigo-Tsumari (地域再生開発の術(すべ)としてのアート——越後妻有の場合)

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Although much of regenerative design thinking deals with ecosystem impact reductions, eco-efficiency improvements, and scientific and technological interventions, there is still a conceptual gap and an opportunity, for “arts based regeneration” as a possibility for urban renewal. The Echigo-Tsumari Art Field in Japan serves as an example of a successful attempt at creating a regenerative community and economy through using an art-based intervention in a unique way that stretches across villages and existing rural landscapes. This intervention renewed completely a community through exchanges of a variety of actors in a regional setting. This essay examines the Echigo-Tsumari case as an exemplar of a regenerative regional development and as an alternative complement to the dominant modes of addressing sustainability.〔都市や地域の〕再生計画概念の大部分が、生態系への影響縮小や環境効率のよい開発、科学的・技術的介入と結びついたものであるにもかかわらず、都市再開発としての“アートを基盤とした再生”にはいまだに概念的な欠落があり、その実現は将来的見込みとしか見なされていない側面がある。日本の〈越後妻有 大地の芸術祭〉は、自治体再生・経済再生創出の模範的な成功例だ。この芸術祭では、アートを基盤としたユニークな方法による介入が、地元の村々や田園風景の合間を縫って行われた。芸術祭は、地域を支える様々な要素のやりとりを通して、コミュニティを一新したのである。本小論では、地域再開発の模範例として、また持続可能性への主要なアプローチの補足的代替案として、この越後妻有の事例を考察する。This article is in Japanese.

Affiliations: 1: The Pennsylvania State UniversityUSAICN Business SchoolFrance paul.shri@gmail.com ; 2: ペンシルヴァニア州立大学米国ICNビジネススクールフランス paul.shri@gmail.com ; 3: Design and Computation Arts, Concordia UniversityCanada carmela.cucuzzella@concordia.ca ; 4: コンコルディア大学、デザイン・コンピューテーション・アート学科カナダ carmela.cucuzzella@concordia.ca

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