Dance & Space

Classical Dancer Rukmini Vijayakumar on Sacred Spaces and Dance An Interview By Aparna M Sridhar Internationally acclaimed Bharatanatyam dancer Rukmini Vijayakumar is well known in dance circles for having pushed the envelope in terms of creativity and contemporary thinking and execution of an ancient dance form. While the dance idiom remains largely constant, she speaks ... Continue reading

Children and imagination

We all have the capacity to move, the capacity for imagination. We often lose this connect with our bodies as we grow up. Children do this, tirelessly. We see them connected to the floor, sliding, falling, running, jumping with little to no effort. They do this repeatedly with poise, ease and grace.   Why do ... Continue reading


  We often as artists take for granted the support that is extended to us. Sometimes we even feel entitled to support. I have realised that no one is entitled to anything. We are not even entitled to dance. It is a gift and must be treasured and revered. It may leave us one day ... Continue reading