The Sound of Jerusalem
For the Sound of Jerusalem, Sabella photographed Jerusalem’s skylines from 360 degrees and then flattened them into one horizontal plane. The emerging sound waves echo Jerusalem's history.
Bahrain National Museum Commission
The Sound of Manama
Sabella photographed the skylines of Manama from multiple angles and then flattened the 360 degree views into one horizontal plane, creating heartbeat, vibration, audio-like frequencies. Sabella later commissioned The Khoury Project to interpret the ‘audio waves’ to reveal the sound of Manama.