Distant childhood memories bring about the blue/white colors and the arabesque patterns of the southern Mediterranean. Having been a mathematician for two decades, I am sharply tuned to morphing real life problems to abstract concepts via mathematical tools which morph images into abstract notions. Unremarkable artifacts of everyday life act as portals; a wall, a fence, a sidewalk. I feed my image into a program executing a morphology algorithm that will erode or dilate the image. As a symbol of equality, a square shape is used to probe and metamorphose innocuous reality into notional, metaphysical forms suggesting parity, sameness across the tribes. The work was exhibited at Foley Gallery, 2019, New York, as part of Exhibition Lab.