Classical Indian and contemporary dance forms collide.
Developing its rhythmic structures from Kathak, visually present patterns emerge in this mostly abstract work. Kathak, executed with mathematical precision, is contrasted with the fluidity of contemporary dance.
The two dance styles clash and collide confidently as dancers and musicians intrude on each others’ territory to produce beautiful combinations.
The boundaries of Kathak and contemporary dance are broken down and rebuilt in an exploration of invasion and trespass through music and dance. Both dance and music intrude on each other’s territory, colliding and collaborating in beautiful combinations.