Performance: BINDI BOSSES
Don’t miss this live dance and drumming performance from BINDI BOSSES bringing South Asian Fusion Arts to the Gallery Garden this Open Day. BINDI BOSSES is a self-funded South Asian Fusion Arts company that seamlessly blends Traditional Indian Classical and Folk dances with influences from South Asian Cinema and Street dances from around the world.
Experience the joy of Parai Attam, a Tamil folk dance set to the beat of the oldest drum in Indian history, expressing ancient rhythms through hands, feet, voice and body. The performance will also include signature moves and grooves from South Asian and fusion dance styles including Afro-Fusion and Hip Hop.
Official BINDI BOSSES’ Henna Artist Nubaisha Zia will also be applying traditional Henna Designs as part of the Open Day activities.
ABOUT BINDI BOSSES
BINDI BOSSES is a Matriarchal Movement: a self-funded South Asian Fusion Arts company based in Warrang (Sydney) that seamlessly blends Traditional Indian Classical and Folk dances with influences from South Asian Cinema and Street dances from around the world. BINDI BOSSES provides a platform for diverse artists to collaborate and create through Dance, Costume Design, Henna Art, Graphic Design, Styling, Photography, Videography and more. BINDI BOSSES reclaims and celebrates its diverse South Asian heritage by providing a safe space to experiment with and express multifaceted identities.
“We stand in solidarity with the Traditional Owners of the unceded lands on which we practice, perform and stand and use our art to challenge traditional norms and preconceptions. We do not pander to what people outside (or inside) our cultures expect to see. Instead, we are redefining what that looks like on our own terms, beyond the stereotype of Bollywood, and with respect to First Nations.”