Researcher | Movement artist | Filmmaker | Educator
I strive to promote an interdisciplinary paradigm and create a safe space for artistic expressions which transcend boundaries of genres and disciplines. I integrate my training in movement arts, scientific research, and visual arts to produce socially relevant creative work and pursue research to assess and reform pedagogical approaches with an aim to contribute towards a more equitable and empathetic society.
Collaboration and cultural exchanges with indigenous communities practicing movement arts with an aim to preserve and enrich their cultural practices.
Funded by the WE-Program.
Featured by Rah Dance Works
as a practicing movement artist.
Invited by In.Dhi to speak about movement art practices and paradigm of Aramandi to Attitude.
Interdisciplinary projects created in collaboration with over 50 international artists (musicians, scientists, psychologists, dancers, martial arts, photographers).
Projects include dance films, documentaries, community outreach, etc.
Some collaborators include
Systematic documentation of personal improvisational movement practice.
EMERGENT PATTERNS IN MOVEMENTS
Emergent patterns are properties that are seen only at the level of a group. They arise as a result of inter-individual interactions among the group members. Flocking patterns of birds, vegetation patterns, stripes of a zebra, etc. are all examples of emergent patterns.
I explore this phenomenon through improvisational movement arts and visual arts