Christine Börsch-Supan is a singer, composer and performer. Her artistic focus is the band HOPE, a four-piece avant-garde pop formation founded in 2014. Their activities have included concerts and tours through Germany, Europe and the UK, the release of the debut album ›HOPE‹ in 2017 and collaborations with VJs and filmmakers. In addition to HOPE, Börsch-Supan composes, sings and performs for theatre and dance productions as well as cross-disciplinary performances. Most recently, she created the sound concept and provided the voice for ›Narziss Echo‹ (ImPulsTanz Vienna, 2017) and ›Narkosis‹ (Open Spaces Berlin, 2017), as well as the conception and development of the immersive concert installation ›HOPE+MORITZ MAJCE‹ as part of the 2018 edition of the Pop-Kultur festival. Börsch-Supan lives and works in Berlin.
For 2019, Christine Börsch-Supan is granted the residency in Havanna, Cuba.
In 2022, Christine Börsch-Supan is granted one of the two domestic residencies at HELLERAU – European Center for the Arts in Dresden. During her residency, Christine Börsch-Supan is supported by a mentorship from Prof. Isabel Lewis (Hochschule für Grafik und Buchkunst / Academy of Fine Arts Leipzig).