Mashael Al Hejazi has been developing her photographic work in the Musherib area for the past four years. She evokes the narratives and traces of the area in her work as it was where she resided during her childhood. In these installations, Al Hejazi focuses on Al Najada House number 15, which is part of a cluster of houses dating back to the 1950s that have been restored and preserved by Qatar Museums and the Ministry of Municipality and Urban Planning. The houses were usually irregular in shape and built into the small areas available in this increasingly populated area of the city. Named after the people who had moved from Najd, Saudi Arabia and settled there, the Al Najada neighborhood includes residential spaces, commercial shops, masjids, and public spaces such as a majlis and large parking structures. The area contains both modern and new buildings, as well as historic listed sites.