Asawari often collaborates as a visual artist with collectives/individuals who work in mixed media, to strike urgent conversations and create immersive experiences.

As a part of a larger South Asian archive, Asawari is working towards a long term project to document artists working with dance, live art, music and contemporary theatre, to reopen all the uncertainties and possibilities, to relocate what defines documentation and how it impacts history, to escape hatches that make them and the camera, as wild companions.  

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Intercut Labs (UK/India)

Meta Arts(India) and Wales arts Review(UK) collaborates on a research program to create an interdisciplinary showcase for young people from Wales and India.

Intercut Labs - a 10-month research initiative, pairing six artists from Wales and India through theatre, music, literature and film online labs to help them reimagine ancient folk stories written for young people of both countries in building an exciting new production featuring theatre, music and literature.

Kaivalya Plays, Littlei, Ladakh Arts and Media will host the three online labs with Asawari Jagushte as a Film Partner with support from producer Kate Perridge for Intercut Labs. 

Intercut Labs is proudly supported by Waicymruwales British council Wales and British Council as part of their  
#connectionsthroughculture programme.

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The Company Theatre - 7 Jewish Children

A Live Art Performance Workshop dedicated towards discovering suppressed memories and mannerisms, by taking Carol Churchill's play of the same name as a point of departure.  

Photographer/Documentarian : Asawari Jagushte

Performers: Atul Kumar, Nihaarika Negi, Asha Polikiewska, Pallavi Arun, Abhilash Ningappa and Niranjani Iyer.

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Accelerated Intimacy - 36 Questions

 

'36 Questions in Proximity of a Conversation' is six hour-long immersive theatre production conceptualised and produced by accelerated intimacy.

 

Acceleratedintimacy is a group of practitioners who seek to explore how theatre and performance can be made relevant to our present lives, how it can be made playful, live, and constantly in conversation with another. We are interested in making theatre that puts the audience at the center of the live experience. The group comprises of Nihaarika Negi, Scherazade Kaikobad, Anjali Patil, and Aalisha Sheth.

 

Facilitating Director : Nihaarika Negi

 

The collaborators on this project include Atul Kumar, Faredoon 'Dodo' Bhujwala, Lucky Vakharia, Ratandeep Singh, Manikaran Singh, Ruchi Bakshi Sharma and Asawari Jagushte. 

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Dance Like a Mother

Dance Like A Mother is a workshop in collaboration with Accelerated Intimacy and people over 60 from Goa, exploring the ways in which we are becoming our parents or versions of them. This 4-day workshop that resulted in a 90-minute performance. The collective had it's scratch performance at Sitara Studio in collaboration with Queer Ink and Ivo Theatre. The final performance was commissioned by Serendipity Arts Festival 2018. 

Photographer/Documentarian/Producer : Asawari Jagushte

Performers : Nihaarika Negi, Aalisha Sheth, Scherzade Kaikobad and Prashansa Sharma. 

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The Ahhhness of Things

 

Live Art/Performance Collective based in UK. They call themselves explorers of the daily - seekers of the extra daily.

Photographer/Documentarian : Asawari Jagushte

Performers : Nihaarika Negi, Lesley Asare and James Monaghan.

Projects :

The Earth Will Absolve Me performed @ Hat Factory, Luton.

The Skin of My Teeth performed @ Spill Festival, London.

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