Attakkalari premieres
Bhinna Vinyasa
Guru Nanak Bhavan, 7pm
October 27, 2016 Bangalore

October 16, 2016

The Attakkalari Repertory Company is all set to preview their latest production, BHINNA VINYASA.


Bhinna Vinyasa could be described as a 'realm of changing configurations/assemblages'. Bhinna Vinyasa explores metaphysical journeys prompted by internal and external forces resulting in profound changes in the lives of individuals and communities. Images from arts and literature morph with the recollections of contemporary lived experiences where the archetypes, mundane and the imaginary coalesce to give you an immersed experience. Mapping the fractured fragments of dreams, desires, hopes and stark realities in the context of rapid and often unplanned urbanization, environmental shifts and migration, Bhinna Vinyasa will lead you through an immersed visceral experience.

Bhinna Vinyasa is directed by Attakkalari’s Artistic Director, Jayachandran Palazhy and choreographed by him along with the talented dancers of the Attakkalari Repertory Company. Andres Morte Teres, the Founder of La Fura Dels Baus and Vice Chairman - Fondazione Fabbrica Europa worked on the Dramaturgy for Bhinna Vinyasa. The sound score is composed by German Composer Martin Lutz while the Carnatic music component is by Pulikesi Kasturi (nattuvangam), Balasubramanya Sharma (vocal) and P Janardhana (mridangam). The light design is by Shymon Chelad with technical support from Niranjan Gokhale, both from Transmedia Technologies, the technical wing of Attakkalari. The Digital Design is by Italian digital artist, Luca Brinchi and costumes by Venky.

Profiles of collaborators

Following the preview, Bhinna Vinyasa is scheduled to do a world premiere at the Attakkalari India Biennial in February 2017 and a European performance tour from March 2017 onwards.

Entry to the performance is restricted by tickets (Rs. 300, Rs.500, Donor Passes)
Tickets & donor passes are available at Attakkalari / &

Bhinna Vinyasa is co-produced by Fondzione Fabbrica Europa and supported by Ministry of Culture (Govt. of India), BangaloREsidency of the Goethe Institut/ Max Mueller Bhavan and TNQ Private Ltd.


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