“All I can hear is your footstep, and you have arrived in the form of rain…” she narrates. To carry this reality around, to seek and anchor the beloved in nature, in the elements and even in grief and loss has not been easy.
In conversation with Akshiti Roychowdhury who will perform at the third edition of The Shoonya Ticket.
Turning his explorations on love inward, this movement artist, who you will discover is multifaceted and also draws from diverse artistic practices, created a series of drawings which became succinct little dance vignettes on love. His dancing body, very much comes with artists’ hands and a whimsical and philosophical personality. “Ideas” tend to overtake him and here he took the abstract state of love and looked at it through the lenses of tranquility, bliss and joy among other states.
“I could drive you out into the sunset. I could fly you up into the moonlit sky. I could take you anywhere that you want… but would you go?”
In conversation with Mad Orange Fireworks who bring their beloved Songs for the Hopeless Romantic
the third edition of the Shoonya Ticket.
“I love questions, they keep me alive. I love the fact that we ask questions…”
Meet Deepak Kurki Shivaswamy who will perform a Contemporary Dance piece at the third edition of The Shoonya Ticket.
Think of movement as something that can Heal and come, go Gaga at Shoonya this December.
A revolutionary movement language that has taken the West by storm, we invite you all to our space to experience Gaga!
A short piece outlining what this transformational somatic practice could do for you.
An introductory article on the principles of the technique and what to expect as a student or patient, by one of the leading trainers in the world.
Choreographer Annelie Andre has been working with six Indian dancers for a few weeks, here is a look at her process as an artist working cross-culturally. Annelie is the Goethe-Institut Bangalore’s first artist-in-residence at Shoonya, part of their bangaloREsidency initiative.
Meet Parth Bhardwaj, who showcased his contemporary dance choreography, Urban Chaos, as one of the four performances at the second edition of The Shoonya Ticket.