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Daily Archives: 2017/04/02

Tales of Twenty Dodgy Fingers

Tonight at Adishakti Theater we had a chance to see work, a world premiere of Karoliina Loimaala (Findland) and Maya Oliva(Italy) who are currently resident actresses here. Under the title “Tales of Twenty Dogdy Fingers” we saw Chapter 1 – With a Pair of Dirty Gloves, and Chapter 6 – You didn’t See This Coming, both with experimental minimalistic approach.
Tales are a series of Dance Theatre pieces, short episodes transforming the art of cinema live on stage., whereby film art has a tangible speicificity in details that absorbs the spectator in its world.
Karoliina and Maya have said “What If you could take a peek into a keyhole, into a mind? We want to tickle the mind. We search for deliberate ways of moving. We depart from the gesture of everyday actions. We twist them routhlessly around, fictionalize them, butter them up, dip them in boiling sugar. We reject abstract movement without a meaning and an end. We have an urge.”

Trashion Show 2017 Backstage

The second Auroville Trashion Show took place the 1st of April but it wasn’t an April fool at all…
Andrea jumped on the backstage to get some short interviews with Marc, Pragnya, Arlette, Chandra and Mukhta.

The Auroville Trashion Show 2017 in 41 shots (pics by Piero Cefaloni)
https://www.facebook.com/auroville.radio/posts/1029793613818915

The whole recorded event
https://www.aurovilleradio.org/lfa2017-trashion-show

The Auroville Trashion Show 2010
https://www.aurovilleradio.org/trashion-show

Impressions from The Trashion Show 2010
https://www.aurovilleradio.org/impressions-from-the-trashionshow

Wild Diversity of the Guayanas

Guayanas – a big chunk of the planet at the Northeastern tip of South America, and if we rarely hear about these places, it is mainly because very few people live there – Suriname with population of 500 000, and French Guyana only 200 000.
The people who live in the Guayanas are mix from all over the world, and consequently all this cultural deliciousness means that local music consumption is wildly diverse.
We are featuring some of the home grown stuff as well kaseko, kawinka, aleke and bigi pokoe, along with local reggae musicians….
tracklist
Nomadic Massive – Higher
Neg Chante – Vox Sambour ft Diegal and Waahu-Mama Sranan – Wan Ma Aisa
A Sa Go – Apuku Gado No Mang Mering
Bose Krioro – Laat Haters Haten
Kayente – An’Djuka Uma
Kaseko Masters – lingo
Jongoe Bala – Patamacca
Sukru Sani – Ma Maisa
Samurai G Viety Guys Tampu Teke
Boogie & The Exmo Stars – Tingilen
Conjunto Latinos – Kaka Fowru
Don Omar – Guaya Guaya
La Medicina – Zouk La Se Sel Medikaman Nou Ni
Prince Koloni Judgement
Fantan Mojah Rasta Got Soul
Nomadic Massive – Duty


Comments: 0 Date: 02 Apr 2017

Stories of Forest

Striking to most of the visitors of Auroville are constant chirping of birds and indigenous evergreen tropical dry forest or lots of trees …
Birds wake up in early morning hours before dawn, and perky conversations or monologues are going on all day long.
Each morning starts with another story of a day ahead.
Human ears selectively choose what to hear , but microphone hears everything. It does notice distant temple music, bikes and constant wind of the area.

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