Who Cares?

Joakim Christensen, Emma Samuelsen, Christian Østerby, Jesper Thisgaard, Maria Zunda & Bjerrum Anne

Studenteropgave: Semesterprojekt


This rapport aims to explore ways to turn a charity concert into a good experience, through spacious and performative agents. When charity is addressed, an appeal form is often used where charity is the focal point. This rapport is based on the thesis, that it is possible to use an appeal form that puts charity in the background and the concert in the foreground. In order to document the event, empirical musicology in the form of field notes is used, as well as photo and video documentation. Based on Michael Eigtveds betydningsmodel, we choose to look at the design content. Based on Dorita Hannah's State of Crisis: Theatre Architecture Performing Badly and Butcher's White. Where the Arts Meets the Meat Market in New York City the spacious and architectural effects are analyzed. For the purposes of defining the good experience, Richard Schecner, Victor Turner and Pine & Gilmore are used, as well as to examine which elements must be present in order to achieve a good experience. By the evidence in our documentation, we have successfully made a charity concert a good experience through the use of spacious and performative agents. Along the way, we encountered some ethical and economic considerations in relation to the charity aspect.

UddannelserPerformance-design, (Bachelor/kandidatuddannelse) Bachelor el. kandidat
Udgivelsesdato19 dec. 2012
VejledereKristine Munkgård Pedersen


  • performance
  • rumlige
  • betydningsmodel
  • velgørenhed
  • støtte
  • spatial performance
  • liminoid
  • lidelse
  • care
  • liminal
  • transportation
  • koncert