We are proud to have been featured in the French/German Cultural Magazine Arte. Thank you to Metropolis – Københavns Internationale Teater for our continued great collaboration – Sensuous City will be manifested in a deepened format in 2021! And to CPH STAGE for curating Sensuous Governing as one of the highlighted performances in 2019 and thereby making the initiation of this journey possible.
Gry Worre Hallberg has been invited to take part in Protreptik by Teaterøen. She will engage in a dialogue with, and be interviewet by, philosopher Ole Fogh Kirkeby. The event is free and requires registration. Find more information and register here.
Sisters Hope has been invited to contribute to the conference ‘Kunst og social forandring – Konference om kunstens metoder og potentialer som redskab til social forandring’ produced by Metropolis/KIT. For more information on the program of the conference and how to sign up, go here.
We have been invited to participate in Metropolis/KIT‘s Copenhagen VISIONING LABon new futures through hopeful practices.
We are hopeful and excited to have planted seeds for a future collaboration with a collective team and initiative Den Skabende By 2640 in Charlottekvartetet. In continuation of this, were invited to be in dialouge with Felix Becker, The Weaver, from our Sensuous Society manifesto on the opening of Memory #04: Installing the Anarchive.
Max Liljefors Enter the Sensuous City Humans are tuned for relationship. The eyes, the skin, the tongue, ears, and nostrils—all are gates where our body receives the nourishment of otherness. David Abram The Copenhagen-based performance group Sisters Hope fathoms the depth and breadth of the sensuous in their twenty-four-hour art performance Sensuous City, performed in July 2019 across various parts of Copenhagen. It is a highly immersive work. Participants – a…
This summer, Sisters Hope will take part in Waves Xtra– A part of Waves Festival and format that explores the work of artists.
In the fall, Sisters Hope has been invited as one of 12 practitioners and researchers from different fields to share perspectives on society today inspired by The Golden Age. For this occasion, we will share our thoughts on, and experience with, education for the future and Sensuous Society.
In the fall, Sisters Hope will contribute to the symposium ‘Experience as a Source of Knowledge in Aesthetic Research’ at Lund University, which will be followed up by a workshop.
Sisters News is out – ‘Sisters Winter meets spring’ – Enjoy! Intro by The Ekko. Read it here.