Sisters News is out – ‘Sisters Winter meets spring’ – Enjoy! Intro by The Ekko. Read it here.
In 2015, Sisters Hope manifested at the Prague Quadrennial for the first time, and this spring, we will be back at to present our method and share perspectives on how scenography and immersive frameworks ca play a key role in new and more sensuous and poetic modes of learning. And how scenography and performance can lead to deep transformative experiences.
We have been invited to manifest at this year’s Berlin FRATZ Theater Festival as a part of their symposium & gathering with the theme ‘Another world’.
Arriving at our visions was like a cleansing. It was a process of embodying and celebrating the unknown. A fiest of the sensuous. We have been invited to present our work to young makers as a part of Thesmoforia Festival.
Last year, we presented at Communicating the Museum Brussels, and this year we have been invited back to do a performance at this year’s conference Communicating the Artsin Copenhagen.
In the spring, we have been invited to present our work anf facilitate a workshop at the National Museum of Art, Architecture and Designin Oslo as a part of the seminar Det ikke styrte.
We have been curated by Problema to present our work and share our perspectives on sensuous activism for their seminar KUNST & POLITIK.
We presented at Malmö Academy of Musicto inspire and be inspired as part of their great ‘The School I’d liked’ project’. We appreciate the invitation!
This summer, we will unfold a new format, Sensuous City, 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.
Sisters Hope has been chosen to manifest a new piece, Sensuous Governing, as a part of CPH STAGE’s international program this year. Here we will explore the future city through the arts at the Copenhagen City Hall. We are thankful to have been chosen as one of only six pieces for this year’s international program.