Nadia Mounier is a visual artist working with photography and video. Her work is interested in representations of the self by exploring aspects of privacy, censorship, digital stagings, and body performance within the public and private sphere. As a cultural practitioner for the last 10 years, she is passionate about modes of collaboration, collective work, and alternative art programs. She is part of various art collectives that are interested in the city, image production, motherhood, and politics of representation. She is currently based in Cairo where she is teaching photography and learning how to take care of her plants.
“As an artist and cultural practitioner for more than 10 years, I believe that curatorial studies have become a key point in art mediation between artists and the community. The pivotal role that curators play at the moment should be a chance to engage art in our everyday life, making it more accessible and allowing a better understanding of our history as a collective.
2020-2021 | Tunis.tn | TASAWAR CURATORIAL STUDIOS | Certificate of Excellence
2016 | Alexandria.eg | Mass Alexandria | Independent Contemporary Art Studio
2010 | Cairo.eg | Helwan University | Applied Arts | BA
PHOTO Nora Omara