Sensuous learning is the conceptual frame to explore the lived learning experiences that have been explored, unfolded and recorded in our practice for almost a decade. Our practice operates from the intention articulated in the Sensuous society manifesto, which we wrote as a response to the financial and ecological crisis in 2008. This manifesto argues that the aesthetic dimension has been under-prioritized since respectively the Enlightenment and The Industrial Revolution,…
Sisters Hope has been invited to participate in “Metropolis Residencies”, a new programme created by Metropolis – Københavns Internationale Teater. We will present our work and our methods with visiting artists chosen by Metropolis, specifically in the context of creating artistic work in the public space connected to the social reality of the city. We are hopeful and excited for this collaboration to unfold!
Gry Worre Hallberg was interviewet by Peter Munthe-Kaas for Experimental Cities about immersive performance strategies as tools of urban transformation. Experimental Cities is a platform for experimental urban development. See the dialogue here.