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5 thoughts on “Contact

  1. hello!My name is Mariko. I’m a contemporary dancer from japan.I danced two years in Israel at Batsheva ensemble dance company.and just finished my own tour in japan.at the moment I’m travelling Asia and learning about culture,traditional dance and dance seen.I’m going to pass by chennai city in beginning of November.when I learning about this city I found your association website.as a fellow of contemporary artist I thought we might able to learn something from each other as I taught workshop in many country.I always love to meet dancer from local city and share the knowledge.please let me know if it’s possible to make something together or meet.if you have any event in the beginning of November.I’d love to come to see it.
    Thank you.
    Mariko Kakizaki

  2. Respected Dance-Company,

    I was fortunate enough to watch the first hour of your performance ‘Varnam’ at David-Hall,Fort-Kochi this week, by sheer chance while visiting the Kochi-Biennale 2016-17.
    I respect all artforms but Indian traditional Dances have not been of great interest to me. It was only out of curiosity that I willed myself to watch the slowest and most unique dance I have ever witnessed for one hour, danced to a Classical-soundtrack mixed with a lot of irritating mechanical-noises.
    The suttle dance-movements, traditional hand-gestures, and the seemingly unconventional feminist dialogues in-between, rendered by the group definitely caught my attention by surprise.

    I am completely alien to the Contemporary-Dance art-form. But after reading-up on recent media-articles about Contemporary-Dance and your previous works, I was able to reflect back upon the one-hour of ‘Varnam’ I saw, with new light and meaning !

    Thank you for presenting your unique and emboldening work to the public. The world of Contemporary-Dance has been opened-up to a complete stranger and has unexpectedly left a strong impression on me.
    A new-found respect for the artistic-research involved to break the traditional-norms.

    Thank You.

  3. Respected Dance-Company,

    I was fortunate enough to watch the first hour of your performance ‘Varnam’ at David-Hall,Fort-Kochi this week, by sheer chance while visiting the Kochi-Biennale 2016-17.
    I respect all art-forms but Indian traditional Dances have not been of great interest to me. It was only out of curiosity that I willed myself to watch the slowest and most unique dance I have ever witnessed for one hour, danced to a Classical-soundtrack mixed with a lot of irritating mechanical-noises.
    The subtle dance-movements, traditional hand-gestures, and the seemingly unconventional feminist dialogues in-between, rendered by the group definitely caught my attention by surprise.

    I am completely alien to the Contemporary-Dance art-form. But after reading-up on recent media-articles about Contemporary-Dance and your previous works, I was able to reflect back upon the one-hour of ‘Varnam’ I saw, with new light and meaning !

    Thank you for presenting your unique and emboldening work to the public. The world of Contemporary-Dance has been opened-up to a complete stranger and has unexpectedly left a strong impression on me.
    A new-found respect for the artistic-research involved to break the traditional-norms.

    Thank You.

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