On the Application of Digital Media Art and Programming Technology in Public Art


  • Jialan Fang
  • Xuefei Zhu




Digital Media; Programming Technology; Gesture Interaction; Projection.


With the rapid development of China's economy, the social environment in which people live is also undergoing rapid changes. Art works in public spaces have also undergone significant changes in their forms and ways of expression, and the combination of art and technology has become increasingly common. This article will focus on the impact of digital media art and programming technology on modern Public art as a starting point, and analyze the application mode, advantages and limitations of digital programming technology in Public art, and then explore the interaction between digital media art and programming technology; In combination with personal graduation design works, the author looks forward to the new forms of expression of interactive Public art in the future.


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How to Cite

Fang, J., & Zhu, X. (2023). On the Application of Digital Media Art and Programming Technology in Public Art. BCP Social Sciences & Humanities, 22, 175-182. https://doi.org/10.54691/bcpssh.v22i.5358