interactive choreographic navigation

This project is produced in India and in France.

It develops cultural exchanges with Indian partners – artists, performers, technicians, galleries, art centres and dance companies – and shares technological know-how.
Gestures and body movements, music, text and calligraphy are linked together in interactive writing that highlights each of these elements. 
Following the principle of a graphic novel, text and images fuse together in a hybrid form in a narrative process and generate imaginary/conceptual body movements.
A series of 12 fictions plays on these notions and becomes the basis of the choreographic motif.
In its artistic process, this work incorporates the development of technological tools and resources specific to digital tablets.

Bangalore fictions will be presented as an installation as part of the Bonjour India Festival in New Delhi and Bangalore in March 2013, and it will be created on the international level by means of an application for iPad in April 2013.

Credits titles

Choreography & concept: Nicole Corsino, Norbert Corsino

Dancers: Revanta Sarabhai, Pooja Purohit

Text: Anjum Hasan

Development: Samuel Toulouse

2D & 3D Scenographic design: Nicolas Ballu

Calligraphy: Amit Kharsani

Design of clones & 3D illustration: Anaël Seghezzi

2D illustration: Tudu Saheb Ram

Photography: Massimo Gardone, Alessandra Muran

Original sound design: Jacques Diennet

Musicians: Jayan Nair, Rajesh Parichipully, T. Palanivelu, Manikanthan, Shajeesh Rajan


Translations: Neelabh Ahsk (Hindi), Usha Rau (Kannada), Pravin Pandya (Gujarati), Jean Poncet (French)

Production Partners

New Gallery of Modern Art (Delhi)

SKE Gallery (Bangalore)
National Institute of Design (Ahmedabad)

Darpana Center for Performing Arts (Ahmedabad)
Ambassade de France en Inde
Institut Français
Alliance Française d'Ahmedabad
Alliance Française de Bangalore
Fondation Total


Danse 34, Productions  

European scene for choreographic creation and digital innovation : 

scéne 44
FEDER (European Regional Development Fund)
City of Marseille

the French Ministry of Culture, the DRAC Cultural Affairs Department of PACA (the Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur region), the PACA Regional Council, and the General Council of the Bouches-du-Rhône area