8’, dt./engl./malayalam/kannada/sanskrit/telugu with engl. ST
In »Keshava/Tharayil« Anjali and Sumitra Keshava and Ralph and Norwin Tharayil face each other as Indian-Swiss sibling couples. In the context of a fictitious dance lesson, the authors attempt to learn forms of the classical Indian dance art Bharatanatyam from the two dancers. By moving, twisting and bending their bodies, a critical dance conversation gradually emerges in which the Keshavas and the Tharayils explore questions of identity, belonging and cultural (re)presentation.
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- Jun 17, 2022