My first piece for the newly launched kaur.space magazine, where I am a contributing author. This piece, which takes up the question of responsible representation in two ‘classical’ dance forms — ballet and bharatanatyam — is a member article. Continue reading Art for Art’s Sake?
This non-fiction essay was published in Canthius Issue 6. Canthius is a feminist literary magazine printed in Ottawa and Toronto, Canada. You can pick up the latest issue of Canthius online, or subscribe to the journal, here. If you are in Ottawa, you can find Canthius at Possible Worlds, The Art House Cafe, Birling Skateboard Shop, and Kindred Shop + Studio. Canthius is available in Toronto … Continue reading “Entanglements of Brass and Thread and Skin” – Canthius Journal
You can read my piece on Bageshree Vaze’s dance-theatre piece The World of Jahanara, published by Intermission Magazine, here. Continue reading “Dancing Between Worlds”- Intermission Magazine
Staging Our Histories is returning to Goderich in 2019 with New Histories / Old Roots. Join us on March 23rd for histories of home, off the page and on the stage. Tickets are available here. Find out more about New Histories / Old Roots at the Staging Our Histories website. Continue reading New Histories/Old Roots
Mehfil is a series of free, intimate performances that bring together kathak, its history, and my own history with the dance. Each Mehfil is an intimate performance that uses the North Indian dance form kathak and history to ask how the past and identity intersect. In this hour-long conversation, I explore how diasporic experiences can sit between worlds — of past and present, centres and margins, and home and … Continue reading Mehfil