December 2021 we opened the exhibition Institute for Coexistence at the WAMx Turku City Art Museum in Finland.
The exhibition has been created in collaboration with curator Mikkel Elming with the intention to explore the concept of coexistence within the visual and auditive universe of Sisters Hope and the theoretical framework of the Sensuous Society Manifesto. The exhibition can be perceived as a response to the current ecological, social and biological crises – a reflection on and investigation of alternative ways of coexistence that may create a better world.
Through an open call four artists – Rob Hesp,Georg Jagunov, Tiio Suorsa & Kim Laybourn – has been selected and invited to explore and unfold their artistic research within the universe of the institute. They will take their turn in the space resonating and in dialogue with the existing framework created by Sisters Hope.
We will inhabit the space for a whole year until December 4, 2022.