Morgan Williams, Gabr Fellow. June 5th 2013

“The first several days spent with my new friends in Cairo have allowed me to begin constructing an informed perspective of the historically enshrined meaning of the social experience of being Egyptian. The residual mentality of 'the Pharaohs rule' is being confronted by the sum of a globally informed technoactivist generation who see beyond the confines of the pyramids, to other realities, while choosing not to lose the fundamental identity that the pyramids in the foreground symbolize. The Egypt of today is an applied experience, attempting to fluidly operate under the conditions of multiple, distinct, moments in time. An Egypt that is fighting to embrace the tools and inertia needed to bridge the chasms of perpetually reinforced boundaries, chiseling away with a conviction to engineer a more equitable and productive society.”
Morgan Williams, Gabr Fellow. June 5th 2013