Can we imagine a portrait of a movement practice? How does one’s personality, representation, impression, and mood create an identifiable practice?
MOVEMENT PORTRAITS is a talk series that documents various dance practices in India.
Our aim is to understand the construction of a practice within an individual’s socio-political context. The portraits trace the journey of a practice, unravelling detailed accounts of movement and anatomical rituals. The series initiates conversations on pedagogy, forms, choreographic methodology, research, and more.
Movement Portraits is one of our ongoing initiatives under the project “Being a dancer in India” by Collective f.
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