From Dawn To Dusk

The drawings here illustrate the process from dawn to dusk, where the time of day is reflected in a photograph on one hand and in a geometric depiction on the other. As an initial experiment, the purpose was to express a story within such limitations of objective universality as well as to engage in the possibilities of a variety of shapes emerging from one simple grid. In this work, I question whether such principles can be utilized beyond the structured format of the grid, and leaning towards a visual aesthetic that can trigger thought as well as make such timeless honored truths as unity, beauty and harmony, visible.

Photography by Kareem Hammam
Supervised by Sarah Hartwig
Published in 2013
Distributed independently
Printed in Cairo, Egypt
Photographs shot at Corniche Al-Neel, Maadi

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