Cecilie Hoelgaard Christensen, Signe Kierulf, Pauline Koffi Vandet, Søren Reith-Hauberg & Morten Hansen

Student thesis: Subject Module Project


People have always had a need to participate in social arrangements, but today there seems to be a much bigger need for the “good” experiences. We see more and more events popping up on the market of cultural events and it seems more and more complicated for the designers of cultural events, to create a unique experience for the audience. Our vision with this project was to create a concept that could compete with other events in the saturated landscape of cultural experiences. The audience we would like to capture for our event is the young people who already participate in cultural events and have an interest for music and/or literature.

The concept behind our event is build on the thought, that cultural events nowaday should contain more than just entertainment. Therefore our event gives the participants an opportunity to experience both intimacy, inspiration, entertainment and learning. Our event is cross-aesthetic with a focus on music and literature. The event contains both a book club, poetry readings and concerts. All these activities are gathered together under the theme “Vibration”. The meaning is to tell a story about how vibration is grounded in everything. In the music we play, the words we speak and between people.

EducationsPerformance-design, (Bachelor/Graduate Programme) Bachelor
Publication date21 Dec 2016
Number of pages468
SupervisorsMette Langeberg Lund


  • performance design
  • event
  • oplevelsesdesign
  • konceptdesign
  • vibration
  • musik
  • litteratur
  • music
  • literature
  • tværæstetik
  • cross-aesthetics
  • crossover