Sounds: Discovering What is Hidden in Nature and Space With Musician Tarek Abboushi in cooperation with Sakiya
In a unique artistic evening, musician Tariq Abboushi will, for the first time, perform a new work centred on an exploration of the spiritual role of sound in the construction of space. He takes its inspiration from the space in which the Sakiya project has been implemented: Ein Qinya. Using the interior of the traditional houses around that space, with their vaulted ceilings and their particular acoustical characteristics that are inseparable from the stories narrated within them, and using the frequencies of nature resonating throughout the space, we will get to know the melodic tones and the acoustic properties that characterise the space to gain a new musical experience that is attuned to the quality of what lies below the surface in nature and space. Through this experience, we can also, perhaps, collectively ponder the question: How do we respond in modern times to the spirituality of the space, and the history that we inherited through it?
Sakiya's project is supported by the A. M. Qattan Foundation through the ‘Visual Arts: A Flourishing Field’ Project.
The bus leaves from the Palestinian Museum to Sakiya at 17:45.
Free entry. Places are limited. To register, please fill the online form her
Musical performance preceded by a tour of the Intimate Terrains exhibition at 17:15