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Sisters of The Wind

A collective world-building journey to revive our earthly interconnections. A work by Juliette Lizotte aka jujulove.


Let me take you to my world.•º

Sisters of the Wind is the fruit of an artistic research on witches, ecofeminism, and science-fiction carried out between 2018 and 2021. It is a story woven through seven videos to be experienced in two distinct ways: as an online world-building workshop and role play session or as an interactive audiovisual performance.

Sisters… ˜o˚ ’’.)* ‘   ’’.’··º   ° ’’ ’ ‘ ·‘ ‘0’  .º•.· ·.˜  *,’,˚˚   ˚oº°•˜ The wind is returning, as it always does. Sometimes it blows so hard that it carries artifacts away from the cities it tore apart, seeds from far away places, trees that didn’t have enough time to grow stronger… That’s why you always seek a protected area to settle in, relocating as the wind comes and goes in waves. You are witches. You pay attention to the world and try to make sense of this life together through the phases of the moon from maiden to mother to crone. In your community, the feminine spirit dominates, and all gender expressions are celebrated. When your precarious life is threatened by an unsettling prophecy announcing a deadly wind that will prepare the earth for a new cycle, will you go on a journey to find the source of this wind? What will you discover on the way? How will this transform you, your sisters, and the earth forever?

Let’s embark together on this wonderful adventure!

In the current context of the global pandemic, it is important to find new and safe ways of being together and reinforce our bonds. This experience was imagined as a physical one, nevertheless it feels as relevant to adapt it for an online format to reinvent ways to feel close to each other and to the world around us.



Read: In conversation with Juliette Lizotte about Sisters of the Wind by Emma van Meyeren.

Online world-building workshop and role play session

Thursday 25 February | 15-18h

Saturday 27 February | 15-18h

You are warmly invited into my world to make it yours, and expand it together! Dive into the wonderful world of Sisters of the Wind, get to embody one of the witches that inhabits it…

Three hours Session on jitsi and etherpad. No prior knowledge or experience of role play required.

Interactive audiovisual performance live on Twitch

Wednesday 24 February | 17.30h
Friday 26 February | 17.30h
Sunday 28 February | 14.30
with a special performance with Annabel Reid.

Join an interactive journey through the world of Sisters of the Wind as it is being reimagined day by day during the workshop sessions.


jujulove is a world builder, an ecofeminist, a witch, an oracle… Inspired by feminist science fiction, manga, pop culture & fantasy, jujulove opens a parallel world of her own at 170bpm.

jujulove aka Juliette Lizotte is a video maker, designer and DJ based in Amsterdam, as well as an active member of Hackers & Designers.


Videos imagined, directed and edited by Juliette Lizotte
Costumes by Karen Huang
Make up by Elisabeth Mesnier
3D animation in collaboration with Philip Ullman
Movement research and choreography for Nightflight in collaboration with Annabel Reid
Screenplay development for the Abyss in collaboration with Antonia Brell
Starring: Annabel Reid, Beatriz Conefrey, Clémence Hilaire, Gregoire Devidal, Ivan Cheng, Juliette Lizotte, Karen Huang, Luan Barros, Manfreddi Coppolecchia, Sanae Oujjit, Sumin Lee, and Susan Kooi.
Original Soundtrack by jujulove in collaboration with Fabian Reichle and with the support of Arif Kornweitz
Role play development with the generous support of Susan Ploetz
Performance development with the kind mentoring of Joy Mariama Smith, Costume by Karen Huang, shoes by limo hair, make up by Elisabeth Mesnier.
Set Design in collaboration with Fabulous Future
Typography: Impakt Nieuw 2019 and Spooky Hairy by Jung Lee Typefoundry

Thank you to: Margarita Osipian, Rosa Poelmans, Melanie Bonajo, Manon Bachelier, Georgie Sinclair, Jo Kali, Emma van Meyeren, Anja Groten, Daniel van der Velden

This project is made possible with the kind support of the Talent Development Grant of Stimuleringsfonds.