INFLUX member Nayana has been invited to be a part of the project Young Vibes curated by Szene Salzburg. On the evenings of 22.10. and 23.10., she will moderating an artist talk with choreographers Guy Nader and Maria Campos following the performance of “Routes” by Bodhi Project & GN | MC at Szene Theater Event Details […]
INFLUX member Nayana Keshava Bhat will be performing at “The Show Must Go On“, a celebrated work by French choreographer Jérôme Bel, as a part of the 50th anniversary celebrations of Szene Salzburg. The performance, consisting of a diverse cast, will take place at Szene Theater on the 8th of October at 20:00 hrs. Photo […]
As you may already know, INFLUX has a very exciting premiere coming up titled “Room of Inevitable End”. We are 30 days away from our premiere in the Sommerszene Festival and we are really excited to finally be able to share our work with you on stage! Thankfully, this project has received some support already […]
The press talk for Sommerszene 2018 took place on the 25th of April at Escobar. Here is a picture from the event! Photo courtesy: Bernhard Müller.
Room of Inevitable End is a performance project created and choreographed by Nayana Keshava-Bhat in 2017/18 that premiered at Sommerszene Festival 2018, Salzburg. Upcoming tour: n°11 + n°12 of LIGHT ON – LIGHT OFF at ART SPACE stift millstatt on February 8, 2019 Project description: Why should I remember how that awful Saturday morning felt like or the […]
This June 9th is going to be a unique experience of arts being taken out of one context to be put in another. Nayana Bhat of INFLUX will be performing Bharatanatyam in collaboration with Katharina Fuchs and Asmita Banerjee in the Kajataner Kirche as a part of the Lange Nacht der Kirchen festival. We are […]
“Moving Clowns – Freiheit und Fiasko” was held at the GEA Akademie, Schrems, Austria for the third consecutive year, from April 28 – 30th. A more elaborate follow-up of this workshop, under the title “Moving Clowns – Flow und Folie” will be held between July 10 – 13, 2017.