Bint Mbareh works with all sound formats (radio, live, installation and many others) and is driven by the superpowers of communal singing, human and more than human. She conducted research initially to combat the myth of water scarcity pushed by Israeli settler colonialism. The songs that she learned helped communities summon rain, and at their core helped people build a relationship with their environment, decide what time of year it is, communally determine how to share resources — mainly the resource of time — fairly. Bint Mbareh makes music and sound today because she believes these uses can still be evoked, rather than remembered. She now studies death and rebirth as analogies for necessary communal upheavals. She has been a practicing artist since 2018.