Day: November 13, 2018

Artist Rekha Rodwittiya marks her 60th year with an introspective show

Artist Rekha Rodwittiya marks her 60th year with an introspective show

Children
Updates from : The Hindu : ‘I want to hear my voice echo the anthem of women’s empowerment’ Taking stock of one’s life experiences, the learning, living, falling, rising, the in-between, the lull; all of it culminates into a certain something that artist Rekha Rodwittiya explores in her new show ‘Rekha@Sixty: Transient Worlds of Belonging’. The Bengaluru-based artist’s imagery, celebrating her 60th birthday, delves into her subconscious, keeping her personal, political, and feminist values at the forefront. Excerpts from an interview: What urged you to conceptualise the exhibition in this manner? Every decade has been a marker for me; personalised from the manner in which I have viewed the sequencing of time and what it could offer to me as a graph of learning and discovery. Fo
The show must go on

The show must go on

Youth
Updates from : The Hindu : The August floods were a setback for the theatre scene in Kerala but things are looking up On August 14, senior theatre director Sasidharan Naduvil was busy with the rehearsals of his latest production, ‘Pithalasalabham,’ at the Kerala Sangeetha Nataka Akademi premises in Thrissur as incessant rain kept pouring in. By evening, Naduvil realised that it was impossible to continue the rehearsals as reports of swelling water levels started to arrive. The team stopped and dispersed. They could return to Thrissur only after a month. The devastating August floods did not spare the stages of Kerala. Many directors, like Naduvil, were forced to stop their rehearsals and postpone the productions. Booked shows were cancelled. New enquiries stopped coming in. Now, t
Life in six parts

Life in six parts

Women
Updates from : The Hindu : Bengaluru’s Tahatto presents everyday situations with a comic twist at three venues next weekend Love in an airport lounge, a strange auto rickshaw ride, a conversation between two statues in a park… These stories come alive on three different stages in the city debut of A Funny Thing Called Life, produced by Bengaluru-based urban theatre group, Tahatto. The 70-minute play consists of six distinct parts that come together under the broad theme of the title. As a whole Playwright and director Prashanth Kumar Nair wrote the initial script in 2015, when the group was coming off a large-scale production. “While performing that particular play, we had many limitations with regard to where it could be performed. I felt we needed a modular, freewheeling play
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