Alicia Framis often uses textiles in all forms to reflect on their different meanings and usage throughout history. Within the Sistershoop project, she focuses on the invisibility of women's sports practice. The project is the result of the artist’s research process and dialogue with groups of female basketball players in Gran Canaria. Through this project the artist wants to question and demand equal rights for sports women using clothing as the medium for her critique. The artist collaborated with a group of women, of different ages, who are part of the female basketball team Canterbury Lions of the Canterbury School, a private educational center in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria. For Sistershoop Framis drew, amongst other literary works, from the manifesto Glitch Feminism, written by curator and writer Legacy Russell.