JOSEPH ZEAL-HENRY





URBANIST,  DESIGNER  + WRITER          








Sound Advice used the V&A Late to remember the shubz, a predominately London phenomenon usually hosted in domestic spaces or small local social infrastructures to create a more informal night culture. Predominantly for communities, the Shubz, was a space for communities  who struggled to be culturally represented or even allowed into formal nightclubs. The Video installation by sound advice showing some of the most groundbreaking music videos that capture the domestic landscape of the global majority.

Collaborators: Meneesha Kellay (Curator), Joel Antoine Wilkinson (Graphic Design), OPP Black Radio (Sound System) and Borough Workwear (Merchandise).

All photography by Anita Israel