Rebel Kø

Sophie Espe, Frederik Fonnesbech-Wulff, Astrid Tove Nejstgaard Larsen, Marlene Andersen, Natasha Amankwaa & Emma-Sophie Malin Hede Lundø

Studenteropgave: Semesterprojekt


This study investigates how to activate Rebel Food participants while waiting in line for food and how we through this action can lift the total experience of the food market as a whole. Through user surveys, field work and carefully selected theory we devised three designs to be integrated as part of the market, with each their focus on queuing. By assisting Rebel Food as support with the above mentioned performance designs during the market, we hope to add something attractive and useful to their concept. Due to a lack of use during the actual market, the project analysis will attempt to answer as to which factors affected the use of said designs and why this was the case. Performance perspectives enter the performance as a whole, and these will therefore need to correlate to some degree in order to affect the total experience of Rebel Food. Thus to fully incorporate and apply a design in any given performance, one must comprehend all mechanisms of the machine and not limit itself to only one aspect.

UddannelserPerformance-design, (Bachelor/kandidatuddannelse) Bachelor el. kandidat
Udgivelsesdato27 maj 2016
VejledereBjørn Laursen


  • Performance Perspektiver
  • Rebel Food
  • Interaktion