Sisters Academy: Radical Live Intervention into the Educational System – An article on the radical sensuous live experiment Sisters Academy in Experiencing Liveness in Contemporary Performance, Routledge, 2016
All tomorrows dreams – An article, a manifesto on Sensuous Society in DRAMA, Nordisk Dramapedagogisk Tidsskrift no. 01 2015. Article can be read as pdf here.
Sensuous / Sisters – Intervenerende performancepraksis og sanselig uddannelse – An article on our practice and vision of a Sensuous society. Article can be read here. In Performance Designs 10 års jubilæumsbog, Roskilde University, September 2014.
Experiencing everyday life anew – An article that represents a voice within the terminology of experience economy that seeks to unfold experiences as a potential intervention into the capital system that will ultimately bring us to the potentially new – A Sensuous society. In the anthology Handbook on Experience Economy, 2013.
Embodiment of The Mystery – An article on how a new tendency within performance that I term live and relational fictional parallel-universes celebrates the atmospheric landscapes of filmmaker David Lynch and embodies mystery. In the anthology Fan Phenomena: Twin Peaks, 2013
Sensuous society – An article on Sensuous society written from the premise of the editor Mark Ellis – The writers compiled in this anthology have presented responses to the notion of a world without light as a metaphor for the society in which we exist. In the anthology Black Clouds, 2013
Theatre-in-Business – Udfordringer og potentialer – An anthology on the intervention of arts in business co-edited and article contribution by me with my fellow transitionaries in T-in-B :: Staging Transitions. Can be purchased here. 2011
Keynote: Sisters Academy. Intervenerende performancepraksis og sanselig uddannelse in BUKS nr. 61, April 2016
Sanselig læring in Replikker, December 2015
Sisters Academy – Udvikling af en ny kunstpædagogisk strategi in Art moves Terpsichores, September 2014
Sisters Academy – Et uddannelsessystem neddyppet i sanselighed in Peripiti, December 2013
Transformative Impact of Future Mind Tours in ISSUES #2, House of Futures, April 2012
Performing the future. Experimental futures studies in ISSUES #2, House of Futures, April 2012
The Significant Event. Establishing Universes, Creating Movements in ISSUES #2, House of Futures, April 2012
Pirat-performance in Kult-Uro December 2011
Protected by Fiction in CCC, Goldsmiths, ISSUE 1 # Novelty, 2011
Fiktionsstrateger i Samtidskunsten in Humanist September 2011
Et baseline-scenarie: Kunst og Bevidsthed 1812-2112 Pre-analysis article for the project In 100 years – starting now, June 2011
Sisters Hope – En kunstpædagogisk strategi forankret i en samtidskunstnerisk tendens in Peripiti June 2011
Sisters Hope in AFART January 2011
Fiction Pimping – Det poetiske liv i mellemrummet in Teater 1 October 2010
The Crack in AFART October 2010
At fænge elever med fiktion in Gymnasieskolen June 2010
Fiction Pimping in ISSUES April 2010
Arts-in-Business-økonomi her og der in The Danish Embassy of Singapore’s newsletter: News from Asia May 2009
Virtuel Experience Spaces – Can you use them? in Fremtidsorientering June 2007
Burning Man – Hvor kunst og erhvervsliv mødes in Det Postomdelte December 2006
#6: Sisters autumn
#5: Sisters summer
#3: Special Edition
#2: Sisters New Year
#1: Sisters fall
Sensuous Learning, Gry Worre Hallberg at TEDxUppsalaUniversity
Sensuous society, Gry Worre Hallberg at TEDxCopenhagenSalon
An examination of how courage can be strengthened through performative practice and in which ways a focus on performativity can enhance and secure a more stable learning. The dissertation considers philosophical, psychological, collective, relational and phenomenological theories of art and courage in order to define courage in performativity and to create a method of practicing a more couragous approach to the practice. Ellen Flyvbjerg draws on her personal experiences from Sisters Academy #3 – The Boarding School in her research.
Bachelor Thesis, “At turde er at turde igen – praksisbaseret udvikling af performative metoder for øvelse af mod i kunstnerisk kontekst”, by Flyvbjerg K. Nielsen, Ellen, Copenhagen University, Spring 2016. PDF
Master Thesis, “Training for the Creative Economy” by Dipo Zimmermann, Emilie and M. E. Hammer, Carina, Copenhagen Business School, Spring 2016. PDF
Examination paper, “Sanseæstetisk projektarbejde som Strategisk organisationsudvikling på Fremtidslinjen” by Morten Roneklint Ellehauge, Diplomuddannelsen, Spring 2016. PDF
Examination paper, “Sisters Academy – set i et transformativt læringsperspektiv” by Mette Laier Henriksen, Spring 2016. PDF
Bachelor Thesis, “Den æstetiske dimension – et blik på sanselig erfaring som grundlag for læring, dannelse og erkendelse, gennem et studie af performancegruppen Sisters Hope og værket Sisters Academy #3” by Mikkel Dahlin Bojesen, Copenhagen University, Spring 2016. PDF
Dome of Visions – En midlertidig hybrid
In the bachelor thesis “Dome of Visions – En midlertidig hybrid” Dome of Visions is used as a case in the exploration of the temporary use of urban spaces.
Bachelor Thesis, “Dome of Visions – En midlertidig hybrid” by Amalie Leth Andersen, Anna Uldall Christensen, Christoffer Straarup Møller, David Rosing, Jakob Kvist Hansen, Kira Mikkelsen, Mikkel Kjærulf Torp, Roskilde University, Spring 2016. PDF
Bachelor Thesis, “Sisters Academy – I et dannelsesperspektiv”, by Maja Ravn Christiansen, Aarhus University, Fall 2015. PDF
The Velvet State – Beretningen om et sanseligt samfund
In the examination paper “The Velvet State – Beretningen om et sanseligt samfund” Sarah Kamille Amininejad Teilbrand explores the performance art installation ‘The Velvet State’ manifesting at Roskilde Festival 2013 from a phenomenological perspective. The focus is on the potential of art piece’s ability to challenge the way we experience the world.
Examination Paper, “The Velvet State – Beretningen om et sanseligt samfund”, by Sarah Kamille Amininejad Teilbrand, Aarhus University. PDF
In the Master Thesis “Diplomarbeit” Claudia Lomoschitz highlights Sisters Hope and the large-scale project Sisters Academy as an initiative that explores performative knowledge production. This is in continuation of the thesis’ main focus; new performative ways of generating and transferring bodily knowledge. The shift from rational, text based knowledge forms towards a bodily practical knowledge highlighted artistic practices and their forms of knowledge production.
Master Thesis, “Diplomarbeit” by Claudia Lomoschitz, The Academy of Fine Arts, Vienna, May 2014. PDF
Sisters Academy som eksempel på samtidens sanselighedspædagogiske behov
In the paper “Sisters Academy som eksempel på samtidens sanselighedspædagogiske behov” Luna Christine Christensen explores the manifestation by Sisters Academy at Odense HF og VUC in the spring of 2014. Her focus is on the desire for more sensuous practices in contemporary pedagogical thinking.
Examination Paper, “Sisters Academy som eksempel på samtidens sanselighedspædagogiske behov” by Luna Christine Christensen, Aarhus. PDF
Teaterteori og poetik
In these two papers Katrine Koppelgaard and Louise Bruun Hansen investigates respectively the work of Sisters Hope and Cantabile 2. Their research is based on three joint collaborative work-days between the groups in Stege, Møn with the purpose of inspiring each other and exchanging experience and finding and unfolding related and different elements of their poetics. Same but not the same.
Koppelgaard focuses on the performativity and theatricality in Sisters Hope and Hansen explores the perception of art of Cantabile 2.
Examination Paper, “Teaterteori og poetik”, Dramaturgy, ARTS, Aarhus University by Katrine Koppelgaard. PDF
Examination Paper, “Teaterteori og poetik”, Dramaturgy, ARTS, Aarhus University by Louise Bruun Hansen. PDF
Dansk Gadekunst i et kunst- og kulturarvsperspektiv
In this Master Thesis Sarah Trolle Jacobsen investigates street art in and heritage perspective. She uses Fiction Pimps as a case to explore and unfold the concept ‘relation street art’ presented by Gry Worre Hallberg in the article “Crack My World” in the anthology on Danish street art “Dansk Gadekunst”.
Master Thesis, “Dansk Gadekunst i et kunst- og kulturarvsperspektiv”, Institut for Kunst og Kulturvidenskab, Københavns Universitet by Sarah Trolle Jacobsen, March 2015. PDF