Between 2011 and 2013, Emine Gozde Sevim traveled to Egypt to experience life in post-Mubarak era. The movement and the sounds of Cairo where she eventually spent sixteen months first led her to filming but as the story of the" historic" transition further developed, she turned to still, quiet, black and white images. Rather than giving an assertion about the events, her work amounts to an honest quest by a photographer searching in a foreign universe.
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