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In the Indian tradition, dance was meant to provide moments of connectivity between body and spirit, to which the audience was invited to participate. Dance Routes has explored this objective through all its performances, both in solo works and group productions.
Solo productions include Odissi Mandala (2005), Conversations (2009), Biel-Banaras-Bhubaneswar (2008), and Magam (2010/11) which were all created with accompanying video footage.
All productions were created using material from the choreographic repertoire of Dance Routes. (See choreographic notes).
|odissi mandala|||||conversations|||||biel benaras bhubaneswar|||||magam|
MAGAM: a new journey in odissi...
Magam explores the illusionary quality of life by dissolving the boundaries on stage between film and live dance performance. It invokes the Divine as friend, lover and soul mate, speaking in different languages.
|Artistic Direction:||Rekha Tandon|
|Music Direction:||Michael Weston|
|Video & Photography:||Michael Weston & Robyn Beeche|
|Duration:||50 minutes approx|
|National Gallery of Victoria, Australia||(October 2012)|
|Sri Aurobindo Auditorium, Bharat Nivas, Auroville||(March 2010)|