This report is based on which kind of elements that emerge in the making of events in the city and how the city itself acts as a platform for these events. Furthermore this will be based on the investigation of the positive as well as the negative aspects of the city in the terms of involuntary inclusion. This report seeks to investigate how to understand events in the city, based on the including as well as excluding factors that citizens experience during events in larger urban spaces in the city, while also seeking an understanding of the cityspaces itself and how they contribute to these events. Furthermore, this examines the intention with the event from the perspective of the organizer and the municipality.
The report outlines the cases, methods and theories that were used to gain an insight into what, how and why an event in the city can have involuntary inclusion, how to rethink an event according to that and which citizen group that experience this.
Several theorists, such as: Kirsten Simonsen and Henri Lefevbre for rhythm analysis and the understanding of spaces in the city. David Harvey and John Friedmann for understanding what an utopian city should be. Orvar Löfgren for understanding city branding and how a city should brand themselves, and Steinar Kvale and Svend Brinkmann for understanding their sevens phases to gather and arrange information that was collected have been used for this report
Lastly, this report discusses how everyday rhythm for the citizens gets interrupted by these events, what restrictions the citizens might experience from these events, their thoughts and acts towards this problem, the organizers’ goals towards a successful inclusive event and hopefully answer the problem statement stated.
|Uddannelser||Plan, By og Proces, (Bachelor/kandidatuddannelse) Kandidat|
|Udgivelsesdato||31 maj 2018|
|Vejledere||Lasse Martin Koefoed|