‘Art Attack’, held on March 26 at Guwahati’s leading cultural hub, ‘Agora’, was an evening that witnessed the confluence of music and theatre. Organised by the hit apple podcast ‘Tipsy Sessions by Shamul’ in association with ‘EastMojo’ and ‘The Vocalati’, the event was a celebration of performing arts in all its glory.
Guwahati-based actors and movement experts Nandini Handique and Deepjyoti Pathak presented a heartfelt mime piece capturing complex human emotions, set against cinematic electronica by Delhi’s DJ Ashim Das. “Exploring the art of movement and music through emotions was an incredible experience. The entire process was really exciting,” said Handique.
For Das, the inspiration came from nature and the relationship humans share with it. “The score was a mix of deep house and ambient sounds that sent the audience on an introspective journey,” he shared.
The collaborative evening also featured visual poetry projected on the wall. A montage of videos played in a dedicated section of the venue, thus complementing the theatrical presentation. “Guwahati needs more of such collaborative events. It was deeply enriching for me as an artist,” said Pathak.
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