Coalescence: Sometime Later installation at The Showroom, London, 2024. Photo: Cesare De Giglio


Coalescence Closing Event: Zein Majali – soundscrape


Performance starts at 7pm
Free, but booking is essential

To mark the final day of Coalescence: Sometime Later, artist Harold Offeh’s curated programme concludes with soundscrape - a performance by Zein Majali.

Continuing Zein’s exploration of our relationship with popular culture and technology, soundscrape is a live sound performance that weaves viral soundbites and pop songs over original music. This piece transforms the chaos of doomscrolling into ear candy, mirroring the relentless commodification and content creation carousel we ride every day.

Zein Majali is a Jordanian-Palestinian artist based in London. Formerly an engineer and data analyst, she turned to the arts out of an urgency to archive and examine the accelerated cultural shifts in the Arab world. While her work touches on a post-colonial and globalised Middle East, her primary area of interest is the internet and its effects on both geopolitics and community. Her practice includes moving image, sound, performance, AI and sculpture.


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