Nadia is part of the intellectual, artistic creatives and bohemian circles in Tunisia…Some of her friends risked their lives publicly in voicing their message for a Democratic Secular Tunisia during the Jasmine Revolution of 2011. Thank you to Egyptian Streets شوارع مصر who recorded a … journey of what is … 72 hours which changed the lives of every Egyptian and possibly many more Arabic speakers on this planet!
On the 12th April 2011, my concept sketches/ideas for an upcoming London iProtest exhibition was shown during intervals at Betta Kultcha as an Art show with light and music.The images incorporated: Cecilia.W.Yu original artwork/photography, a graffiti fusion with artist A.J. Rammel, a photograph from artist Stéphane Grand (Future Fusion) and open-share protest images globally online.
8th Dec-15th Dec 2012, I am pretty sure if they did not advance, certainly no Women of Egypt ever recanted on their wish for Creative Free Speech for all of Egypt! Bravo!