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ਸੁਣਿਐ ਦੂਖ ਪਾਪ ਕਾ ਨਾਸੁ।

By Listening, Pain and Sin Are Eradicated

T. Brandon Evans (Bunty Singh) is conducting an audio installation, performance, and
textual translation based exhibition on view between July 31-Aug 6, 2018.
Special Event: Aug 6, 4-8pm Performance (Simran Abhiaas Samagam) begins 4pm; Reception (tea/chah) to follow performance at 6pm.
GSD Kirkland Gallery Harvard University 40 Kirkland Street, Cambridge MA (side entrance
around corner on Sumner St.)

In this series of audio works, curated materials, and textual translations of gurbani (Sikh sacred text) and related material, Brandon/Bunty Singh explores the dimensions of language, performance, and listening as shared spheres of practice in the Sikh religious tradition and in Western contemporary art.

A special event on August 6th consisting of Naam Simran will commemorate the 2012 anniversary of the incident at the Oak Creek, Wisconsin Gurdwara where several members of the Sikh American community lost their lives in a hate crime attack. Beginning at 4pm the event will consist of a performance of recitation of the True Name, Waheguru, and all members of the Sikh community and the larger Harvard and Cambridge community are invited to participate for any length of time. A reception will follow at approximately 6pm.

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part of  

Neither/Nor, Any/All

 Exhibition and Performance Series 2018 @ Kirkland Gallery Neither/Nor, Any/All explores the limits and possibilities of research as practice, exposing and probing the nature of art- making as a multi-modal activity. Each exhibition intervenes in the intersection of procedure and presentation, interrogating the boundaries of medium, method, and materiality. As part of a broader series of collaborative exchanges and co-sponsored events in the Department of Visual and Environmental Studies and the Graduate School of Design at Harvard, the program is divided into unique performance and exhibition events, each reconfiguring the spatio-temporal relations of the studio.

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