Mon 1 January 0001 - Sun 2 October 2022
Performance and learning circle: Maya Al Khaldi, sing for them to see
Sunday 2 October, 3pm
Meet outside the gallery
As Maya Al Khaldi has learnt and reassembled the songs you hear in sing for them to see, so she continues to pass them on to others, so that you may also know these songs and carry their memory.
Image: Kirsten McTernan
Maya Al Khaldi is an artist, musician and composer from Palestine, based in Jerusalem. Maya’s work explores voice and the music of the past and present, working with archival materials to imagine the future. She teaches music theory and voice at the Edward Said national conservatory and with a Terre Des Hommes project in Jerusalem, Palestine. She has most recently released her first solo album Other World.
This event is part of the Call the Waves public programme. Call the Waves is a group exhibition and public programme which emerges from interconnected intimacies with different bodies of water, bringing together new works from artists, musicians, and historians Alia Mossallam, Bint Mbareh, Fern Thomas, Kandace Siobhan Walker, Maya Al Khaldi, and Noureddine Ezarraf. The project is co-curated by QANAT and SWAY, held collaboratively by Francesca Masoero, Louise Hobson, and Shayma Nader. Visit Call the Waves at Chapter Gallery Tuesday - Sunday, 11am - 5pm.