Video — 1 videodisc (57 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Follows the interplay between art and the revolution in Egypt. Keizer is a street artist who works under cover of darkness, educating the masses about the latest corruption. Choreographer Karima Mansour strives to create timeless dances that express the complex role of women within the society. Painter Khaled Hafez explains how the images seen on TV would resurface in all his early post-revolution paintings --the tanks, the guns, the soldiers --and discusses his evolution toward less literal art. Artist Hany Rashed describes the very act of depicting brutality as "a beautiful thing" in a community where even photographing the police was forbidden until recently.