In her forthcoming PhD Gry Worre Hallberg coins the term Inhabitation. Inhabitation moves beyond not only spectatorship, but also participation and allows for more permanent access to the sensuous and poetic.
Gry Worre Hallberg just submitted her PhD titled Sensuous Society – Carving the path towards a sustainable future. In it she explores how her artistic practices stimulate an ecological awareness of connectivity in the participants, which according to the ecological theory presented in the dissertation is pivotal to sustainable transition. This stimulation is induced through aesthetic evocation, by which the aesthetic, and thus sensuous, do support the transition towards a…
Sisters Hope will manifest Sisters Academy – The Takeover in St. Petersburg, Russia! We are beyond excited and thrilled to realize this collaboration with School 204.
In the summer of 2021, we will unfold Sensuous City again and explore the future city in collaboration with Metropolis/KIT. We can’t wait to deepen our exploration of a Sensuous Society and the connection between urban transformation and the sensuous and poetic – And we feel honored and grateful to be able to share this with Metropolis/KIT.
We will contribute to the digital manifestation of Kulturmødet på Mors as we have been invited to take part in an artist talk.
Metropolis, in collaboration with Sisters Hope, has just conducted a 2 weeks residency exploring the key aspects of walking as an art-based strategy for individual and collective mapping of the city. For Sisters Hope and Metropolis, the residency is a preparation for the manifestation of the performance Sensuous City in the summer of 2021. The format will include a sensuous and poetic 24-hour city walk, including a collective sleepover with…
Currently, we are finishing our program Sisters Performance Method – Sensuous Learning at Ryslinge Højskole for this year. Focusing on anchoring and integration. We are happy to share that we will offer our full time program again in 2021. Read more and sign up already now here.
We are excited to announce that we have initiated a longterm strategic collaboration with The Danish Cultural Institute (DKI). We will manifest in all of the cities where DKI is situated to share and manifest the vision of a more sustainable, sensuous and poetic future. Read more about the collaboration here.
In the fall of 2020, Sisters Hope will be back to teach a series of modules at The Rythmical Music Conservatory in Copenhagen (RMC), specifically under the theme “Can Art Revolutionize the World?”