Shaping s-curves : choreographic process
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What is choreography in Odissi? How does one approach creativity in this eastern Indian dance form that is embedded within curvilinear principles? What is the purpose of the Odissi aesthetic? This event focuses on describing the heterogeneity among the choreographic principles used in Odissi. This art form has historical and contemporary lives in concert practice and in cultural festivals. Focusing on solo/group works, percussive/ expressive idioms, religious/spiritual foci, transnational/diasporic performances, as well as political/contemporary interpretations, this conference presents a snapshot of the aesthetic potential in the field of Odissi. Sessions include: Choreographing Traditional Themes, Rahul Acharya; Odissi Dance Classicism, Visuality & Performance, Madhulita Mohapatra; Choreographic Process, Sarita Mishra; Language, Location and Occasion – Motivations for my Choreographic Process in Odissi, Sharon Lowen; Embodying Transcendence through an Odissi Practice, Rekha Tandon; From Abstract to Narrative in Dance, Ileana Citaristi; Reflections of an Inner Journey, Reela Hota; Odissi Choreography, Aloka Kanungo; The Plávana Project, Taylor Newman, Michael Brian Curlee; CHHANDA -JHÔNK: A Dance Analysis on the Influence of Bols in Odissi Dance Choreography, Sriradha Paul; Katha Surpanakha: Identifying Diversity, Counteracting Tradition, Sinjini Chatterjee
Odissi danceChoreography--Study and teaching
Odissi dance conference
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