Avaralli Navilli (‘they are there and we are here’) is a phrase that closes many Kannada folktales. While working with the differently-abled young adults at Nitya Sadhana, the project focuses on the relationship between the body and the city through storytelling and object-making.
About the facilitators:
Harshika Amin is an Architect and a Dancer. She pursues her interest in movement and performance through research and practice.
Aruna Manjunath is a visual artist and jewellery designer and is presently working in the field of theatre in various capacities (performer, visual designer, programme coordinator etc.)