In 2005 I began to document the lives of everyday Egyptians as an Egyptian. I took pictures of people shopping in the market, families on weekend outings, the first wave of political opposition protests led by the “Kefaya” (Enough) movement, people living on the fringes of society in burial grounds and others living on the edge of humanity among piles of household waste, hospital discard and dwelling rats.
This series intends to show the sense of isolation felt by many Egyptians during the days of Mubarak and the despair that came with fighting for “Bread, Freedom and Social Justice” in his aftermath.
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