Callout for creatives of South Asian heritage
Send us your creative responses to Nep Sidhu's Gi2021 exhibition
Are you a creative person of South Asian heritage aged 16 – 25?
The Gallery of Modern Art want to see your creative response to artist Nirbhai (Nep) Singh Sidhu’s exhibition, An Immeasurable Melody, Medicine for a Nightmare, part of Glasgow International at GoMA (11 June – 5 September, 2021).
For his first European solo exhibition, artist Nep Sidhu presents a body of work embedded in Sikh metaphysics, blood memory and experiences of spiritual transcendence. Simultaneously deeply personal and forged within a strong sense of community, the artworks combine to form a love letter to an awakened state of the Khalsa Panth.
We encourage you to book a visit to GoMA to visit the exhibition and to send your creative response to us which they will share digitally.
Follow this hyperlink to book your visit now.
Your creative response can be in any form you like. Music, poetry, a drawing or a dance piece, anything. You have till Sunday 1 August to submit your responses. If yours is selected the team at GoMA will be in touch!
Click the link below submit your interest by Wednesday 21 July:
Image: Nep Sidhu with Nicholas Galanin, Axes in Polyrhythm from the series When My Drums Come Knocking, They Watch (2018), Courtesy of the artist