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Padmini Chettur (IN)
Beauty and radicalness go well together. Indian choreographer Padmini Chettur, who has worked with the famous Indian dance artist Chandralekha for ten years, demonstrates this once again with a performance installation that has her dancers become living reliefs on the walls of the Weltmuseum. For ImPulsTanz, the accomplished expert in deceleration integrates her project Wall Dancing, which began in 2012, into the context of the museum as a dance installation of people in a room. One of Padmini Chettur’s artistic principles is not trying to seduce but instead to convince her audience. Visitors experience an interaction between the arrangement of fascinating artefacts and a multi-layered choreography of human bodies.
Duration: 180 min
The installations are open to the public after the performances.
Opening hours exhibitions:
a second step to IDEAL PARADISE
MEET THE SHAMAN Installation
Furthermore, a café, especially designed for the period of the ImPulsTanz festival, invites the audience to stay, enjoy the atmosphere and exchange experiences.
Aug 01, 2015, 18:00 [ SOLD OUT ]
Aug 02, 2015, 15:00 [ SOLD OUT ]