Karem Said is an anthropology PhD student at Stanford University examining the interplay of architectural environments and kinesthetic-emotional experience among protesting crowds in revolutionary Cairo. Her current inquiry seeks to discover the kinds of knowledge produced experientially within protesting crowds.
Interview with Karem Said by Michael Kennedy, published August 10, 2012.
“Smart Village is a place of utter silence designed to deny the passing of time and the events of history.” Read more ›
Interview with Karem Said by Michael Kennedy, published August 28, 2011.
“To watch these videos is to watch something once beyond imagination unfold as a radically re-constitutive reality. Everyday life lacks momentum, but the media and video clips disrupt the time of ordinary life by insisting on an alternative order of recognition.” Read more
Interview with Ganzeer by Karem Said,published November 12th, 2011.
“I rely on obvious symbolism a lot of the time, using it to shed light on the wrongs of the current situation or perhaps the upside of an alternative situation.” Read more ›