About the performance:
Bhinna Vinyasa, a 'realm of changing configurations/assemblages', explores metaphysical journeys prompted by internal and external forces resulting in profound changes in the lives of individuals and communities.
Alluding to the imagined ancient idea of the tman (individual soul) and paramatman (universal meta soul) as well as the rhizomatic relations in the post-humanist future, Bhinna Vinyasa traverses the notions of self through a continuous process of becoming and disappearing, where the coordinates of time and space appear elastic.
Choreographer: Jayachandran Palazhy.
This performance is part of Attakkalari India Biennial 2017, the 8th edition of South Asias largest and most important international festival for contemporary movement arts organised by Attakkalari Centre for Movement Arts, being held at multiple venues across Bengaluru from 03 to 12 February, 2017. Visit www.attakkalaribiennial.org for more details on the festival.
Auditorium doors close at 7.30 pm.
Latecomers will not be permitted and no refund on tickets.
Photography and video recording of any kind are prohibited.
Children below 8 years of age not allowed.
All rules of Gurunanak Bhavan apply.