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Be Part of a Dance Installation with Dance: Tracing Traces

Nidhi posted on 30 March

What is It?

Have you ever wanted to be part of a live art installation? Do you also happen to love dance so much you've been crazy enough to try every dance form in the book? Well, here’s your chance to be part of an interactive dance performance designed by Anish Popli of Choreotheque Dance Studio, and hosted by Instituto Cervantes Nueva Delhi. 

Who is It for?

Those who are passionate about dance, love to watch dance, love art, and love that sweet spot where dancers, audience, art and philosophy collide. 

Why Should I Go for It?

The installation has two parts–the first is a visual room, and the second is a pitch-black three dimensional sonic space where the participant's movement generates a soundscape.

The interactive system reacts directly to how you behave, exploring the idea of how the participant and performer both become a physically active part of the installation. We’re pretty sure you’ll never get a chance to be part of something like this again.

There’s nobody here to judge you as you create your own choreography.

Anything Else?

This installation received much appreciation when it was showcased at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance recently. It’s now in Delhi for a week, after painstaking efforts by the artists, so be sure to book your slot and dance your way into something memorable!


You don’t actually need to know how to dance to attend this one. There, now what’s stopping you? Book your time slot here.  

When: Mar 30 - Apr 5

Where:  Instituto Cervantes Nueva Delhi

Nearest Metro Station: Rajiv Chowk

Price: Free entry by appointment only. Limited places available! Book your seat and time slot here. 

Timings: 4pm onwards

Contact: +91 9899358590 or write to

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Featured image courtesy: Choreothequedance