FiSK is an innovative experience that promotes positive attitudes towards fish consumption while providing interactive education. Created through a collaboration between four Danish aquariums and Copenhagen University, the interactive installation takes visitors on a captivating journey through the kitchen.
FiSK explores various aspects of fish consumption, including nutrition, preparation, environmental impact, and health risks, all presented in a fun and playful manner. With an interactive kitchen, a survey, a film, and a captivating visual identity, the exhibition offers a comprehensive experience.
At the cutting board station, visitors discover different fish types and learn how much fish they should eat based on official recommendations. Moving to the cooker, talented chefs guide visitors through recipes and teach them how to prepare delicious fish dishes. The kitchen blackboard provides information on the specific health benefits of different fish, accompanied by interactive animations.
A fun family quiz awaits participants at the dining table, where questions are answered by selecting dishes from the menu. Visitors can also contribute to a global survey through the "FiSK Citizen Science App," supporting researchers in understanding fish consumption habits.
Before leaving, guests can watch a film featuring interviews with the creators of FiSK, including aquarium representatives, university experts, and children involved in the research.
The exhibition is sponsored by Nordea Fonden and made in close collaboration with Den Blå Planet, Kattegatcentret, Nordsøen Oceanarium, Fiskeri og Søfartsmuseet and Department of Nutrition, Exercise and Sports at Copenhagen University.
Yoke has been responsible for concept design, visual identity, spatial design and software development.
Location: Kastrup, Denmark
Photography: Yoke and Martin Pedersen