This project looks critically at whether residential blocks support a sustainable life for its residents, by turning to the theatres scenography, and see how the scenographer works with the stage to support the actors' performances. This project is thus based on three fields of research – the apartment blocks, the residents and scenography. These fields are investigated through three acts, where in each act I go deeper into the field of the residential blocks development and design, the relationship between residents' everyday appearances and materiality, and scenography work approach. These results of the research then shows that residential block gives little room for individual pursuits, which are of importance for the residents in order to feel attached to the apartment block and the area. With the scenography as the framework for discussion, I discuss how scenographic methods can be applied to block development. In light of this discussion, I conclude that rather than focusing on an imagined life, there needs to be a greater focus on the relationship between residents' actual everyday performances, in the development of a residential block.
|Uddannelser||Performance-design, (Bachelor/kandidatuddannelse) Bachelor el. kandidat|
|Udgivelsesdato||20 dec. 2012|
|Vejledere||Kristine Munkgård Pedersen|