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Folkemødet 2022

Together with the Bikuben Foundation we are bringing the sensuous and poetic values to Folkemødet 2022. At Fællesscenen, artistic director Gry Worre Hallberg unfolds the vision of The Sensuous Society and meets Deputy Director of DJØF Sigge Winther Nielsen and journalist Lene Johansen for a conversation about how the aesthetic and sensuous can support the transition to a more sustainable future. More info here

Inhabitation Infinity

Inhabitation Infinity is a new performance in which we invite everyone interested to move in and inhabit the Sensuous Society with us in Sisters Hope Home in the outskirts of Copenhagen. The participants, who will be named inhabitants, will take part in a series of deep journeys exploring the poetic layers of our being and being together while inhabiting the otherworldly artwork. During the stay the inhabitants will cook, eat, sleep and…

The Climate Crisis and the Sensuous – Where do we go from here?

Sisters Hope has been invited to present at this year edition of The Danish Science Festival. At the talk it is possible to meet climate psychologist Solveig Roepstorff and artistic director of the performance group Sisters Hope, Gry Worre Hallberg, for a conversation about the climate and how we can deal with our being in the world in the light of the crisis that are currently unfolding. In the spring,…

SenseSquared – Becoming through the Senses: towards artistic ways of being in the world

Six European partners work together on the central question: How can a sensory approach and an artistic attitude contribute to an education that leads to a more connected and sustainable world? Through artistic interventions and workshops, we want to demonstrate that this approach can and should become the heart of all education. Adopting a sensuous and artistic attitude is joyous and rewarding for everyone involved. It has a profound and…

Call for Artists – Art rethinks transformation for training

In a series of workshop laboratories Art Rethinks Transformation for Training (ART4T) explores innovative non-formal training methodologies in the field of interdisciplinary contemporary arts creation at the intersection of visual and performing arts, where creative processes are shared by teachers and learners. The training programme frames the production of new works that will be exhibited during BAM Biennale Archipelago Mediterraneo in September 2022 in Palermo, Italy. About the program The…

Sisters Hope is nominated to the Artbeat Award 2022.

We are nominated in the Special Prize category which celebrates how an unpredictable and original approach can create the framework for tomorrow’s culture and art. The final awards will be distributed at a show at theatre, Aveny-T, on March 14th.

Cosmic Care

Our Artistic Director, Gry Worre Hallberg, joined the Cosmic Care podcast. Listen here About the episode:In this final and fourth episode, Cosmic Care will zoom in on one of the most important challenges in the future of tech: Climate emergency! The climate crisis is at a critical moment and future strategies is not about quick fixing sustainable solutions – hope lies in acknowledging climate change as systematic inequalities. It is…

Institute for Co-existence

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…

Artistic quality on sustainable terms?

Sisters Hope is taking part and presenting on this webinar organized by the Danish Art Foundation. At the webinar, you can experience one of the greatest theater directors of our time, Katie Mitchell, who has worked with sustainability for many years and has directed several of her international performances online. You can also meet the internationally renowned artist Danh Vo, who will talk about his collaboration with ART 2030 and…

The Creative Power of the Arts: Reimagining Human and Planetary Flourishing

Sisters Hope is invited to take part in the conference ‘The Creative Power of the Arts: Reimagining Human and Planetary Flourishing’ at Salzburg Global together with a selected group of artists, researchers and policy makers. As the world confronts the compounded impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, climate crisis, and structural injustices, societies are bracing for a protracted and complex period of reassessment, reimagination, and restructuring. The culture and arts sector…