The piece [Chaturang] is an Abhinaya Piece. The word means ‘the art of expression’, etymologically it derives from Sanskrit abhi - ‘towards’ & nii - ‘leading/guide’, so literally it means a ‘leading towards’ (leading the audience towards a sentiment). It is used as an integral part of all the Indian classical dance styles, which all feature some kind of mimetic aspect to certain compositions, for example in depictions of daily life or devotional pieces.
—Raheem Mir on “Chaturang” by Keshmu Divetia & Shruti Kala Urund. Raheem will perform this dance at arts@artaud: Tricks and Treats this Weds! http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=166629706765088
Our second night of the year! Come down for performances with a twist, and open forum discussions with the artists! Click the title for more info. Bring a friend from outside the School of Arts and get 2-4-1 entry.
Our first night of the year! Come on down for theatre, films, music, poetry and more! Room AA001, Antonin Artaud Building. Doors 7PM, entry £1. Bring a friend from outside School of Arts and get 2-4-1 entry!