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…

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.…

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…

IETM Global Connect

Artistic Director, Gry Worre Hallberg, has been selected as a IETM Global Connector. IETM Global Connectors are experienced contemporary performing arts professionals from across the world who have demonstrated a commitment to increase global awareness, inclusion, accessibility and connectivity for the benefit of their communities. IETM Connectors have the opportunity to…


Inhabitation is a new performance by Sisters Hope in which we invite everyone interested to move in and inhabit the Sensuous Society with us in our new home – Sisters Hope Home – in the outskirts of Copenhagen. Tickets have just been released! The participants, who will be named inhabitants,…

Cultural policies in the Nordics

Sisters Hope has been invited to a salon at the Swedish Embassy in Copehagen. The agenda is to discuss nordic cultural policies and the launching of a new think tank ‘a/nord/c’. During the evening the question of “If art and creativity make our world bigger, why are the room for…

Kultursalon på Marienborg

Sisters Hope has been invited to the ‘Kultursalon på Marienborg’ August 30th by the Danish Prime Minister, Mette Frederiksen, and the Minister of Culture, Ane Halsboe-Jørgensen, to discuss the state of art and culture in the wake of COVID-19. Among many important topics we would like to stress the ongoing climate challenge and how art and culture can support a more sustainable future – both in terms of the mental, societal, and environmental ecology.

Fringe Festival

As part of the Danish Arts Foundation’s selection of cases for the ongoing Edinburgh Festival Fringe this year we will present Sensuous Governing which we hope will go on both a national and international tour to explore governance in a world where the sensuous and poetic is highly valued 🥚

Sensuous City

This summer, we will present our expansive performance piece and format Sensuous City.

Sisters Performance Method at Ryslinge Højskole 2022

We are happy to share that we will offer our full time program Sisters Performance Method – Sensuous Learning at Ryslinge Højskole again in the spring 2022.

Call for participation: Visiting Artists/Researchers/Activists – Sensuous City

What is the quality of the sensuous and how can it be explored? How can we create a city as soft as a body? These are some of the questions one could explore whether you seek to respond to this call as a visiting researcher or a visiting artist at our upcoming manifestation: Sisters Hope – Sensuous City