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New Video Series Puts Abstract Spotlight on Creators

The first of 60 short videos by Muhamed Ibrahim underlines and exposes the abstract thoughts of artists, starting with muralist Aya Tarek.

In a new series titled Me, The Mass, filmmaker Muhamed Ibrahim releases the first of 60 one minute videos featuring different inspirational artists from Egypt. The first of the series showcases muralist/painter Aya Tarek who describes how the internet generation sees no boundaries, and no set limits on choosing who you are and what you want to do. For all the skeptics feeling limited because of outside factors, it is only you limiting you. If you don't believe us, go ahead and watch the video:

"Me, The Mass" 01 Aya Tarek from Muhammed Ibrahim on Vimeo.

 

The cinematography is great and has this colour wash to it that just looks greatly appealing. Music overlays the visual of a contemplative Aya by the beach in her hometown of Alexandria. She's then shown at her natural habitat, doing what she does best, splashing black paint at an empty canvas. When the angle is changed you see the beauty she creates day in day out, having no set limits or boundaries, and letting nothing stand in the way of her dreams.

 


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