Movement Portraits Official Trailer
MOVEMENT PORTRAITS is an upcoming talk series that documents various dance practices in India. 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.
A little fun (a work-in-progress)
The current times are beyond comparison, matchless to any other time. These ‘beyond-normal’ experiences have made us close friends with absurdity. The work does not aim to question the crisis itself. Instead, the work looks at the new settings of dance-making and collaboration. The creators delve on how work can be created in such settings from now on? Could our process experiment with the ‘new-normal’ rituals? How do we even create anymore? Choreographers: Akanksha Kumari, Aseng Borang, Jasmine Yadav, Pallavi Verma and Srijaa Kundu. Performers: Aseng Borang and Srijaa Kundu Sound: Aseng Borang, Srijaa Kundu and Venus Maku Cinematographer and Editor: Venus Maku