• Dreams: A Sound Performance | 17 September 2022, 6.30 pm

    Sunaparanta Goa Centre for the Arts invites you to join us for the closing ceremony of our ongoing exhibition Time, Space, Memory, with a sound performance by artists Enit María, Srinivas Mangipudi & Divesh Gadekar on Saturday, 17 September 2022, 6.30 pm onwards.
    Dreams is a collaborative sound performance that transits between the comforts of plunging into oneiric situations and arising as the fall of dawn, the break of sleep, occupying the interstitial spaces of time and memory. The performance will incorporate multimodal sonic interactions using generative and emergent vocal sounds, abstract text and language, algorithmic compositions, and a trove of sound objects to render the nature of dreams.

    Time, Space, Memory: decoding contemporary video is an ongoing show bringing together the voices of five artists using the moving image as a point of departure and a tool for aesthetic inquiry. The exhibition will remain on view till 17 September 2022.

    Open to all. For more information, call:  +91 9767864206; +91 9370675100 or emailinfo@sgcfa.org


    Enit María and Srinivas Mangipudi are an artist duo from Peru and India based in Goa. Having diverse individual practices, they work together to enable a heuristic process of creation and learning through a multi-disciplinary dialogue. Their works have been exhibited at ROSPHOTO State Museum of St. Petersburg, Parque Lage School of Visual Arts, The Drawing Center, National Library of Rio de Janeiro, Stockholm University of the Arts, Goa Open Arts Festival, Art Gallery of the Embassy of Peru in New Delhi, Visual Arts School of Iquitos, ART FIFA Montréal. They were also founding members of GOA CAP- Goa Centre for Alternative Photography.


    Divesh Gadekar is a multidisciplinary artist using sound, form and visuals in versatile ways. His work is deeply influenced by the rhythms and traditions of folk instruments from his native surroundings. Gadekar is a percussionist engaging with the nature and history of sounds. His lyrical inquiries into the landscape are an effort to create a sense of belonging and identity while also creating linkages between culture, people and memory. His shows include Maati – morphing landscapes at Sadhana Dell’Arte, curated by Lina Vincent, Unravelling Stories as part of EIFA Goa Chitra Museum Fellowship and Goa Familia Project by Serendipity Arts Festival. In 2018, he was awarded the Fundação Oriente Visual Arts Award.