Sisters Hope is a highly acclaimed and award-winning Copenhagen-based performance group and movement spearheading a whole new way of performance artwork inspiring generations to come. Their work unfolds at the intersection of immersion, intervention, activism, research and pedagogy. In their large-scale durational performances they explore different aspects of what they call a Sensuous society – A potential new world arising from the post-economical and ecological crisis. In their on-going groundbreaking 5-year performance, Sisters Hope Home, they are introducing a whole new artistic paradigm that they term ‘Inhabitation’ stimulating ecologic connectedness and sustainable futures.

Sisters Hope has also developed their own performance method – Sisters Performance Method – Sensuous Learning, which is the outset of the training of Sisters Hopes performers and which is taught widely at art schools and beyond.

Sisters Hope was co-founded by ‘The Sisters’ Gry Worre Hallberg and Anna Lawaetz in 2007. Today the group unfolds as an international troupe of performers and creatives from various backgrounds led by artistic director Gry Worre Hallberg and executive director Nikolaj Friis Rasmussen.

Sisters Hope receives operational funding from The Danish Arts Foundation.

Agreement The Danish Arts Foundation and Sisters Hope