It isn’t every day that a performer interprets the intent of your very identity through their art.
Rukmini Chatterjee – danseuse Mrinalini Sarabhai’s favourite pupil – is that unusual performer who uses dance as language, to convey complex ideas and concepts with a grace and clarity beyond words. At Algebra, the Paris-based dancer did us the honour of interpreting, and dancing out, the complex meaning of the word Algebra.
Algebra, the Arts & Ideas Club brings together a fellowship of people who believe great cities are built not just on infrastructure but a life of the mind; who understand robust and liberal societies need the oxygen of great conversation and nuanced thinking.
At a time when we are increasingly surrounded by rage and noise, Algebra is a live and continuous space for people to come together for a genuine exchange of ideas and exposure to issues; where new seeds could be sparked, fresh perspectives formed, and intelligent connections made.
Algebra – the Arts and Ideas Club is designed to host almost 35 engagements over the year with topline thinkers and practitioners from almost every discipline that impacts human affairs: politics, economy, environment, spirituality, cinema, medicine, science, technology, music, media, literature, the arts, sports, people’s movements, et al.