Nour Bishouty’s work, which takes the forms of image, video, object and text, explores ways that narrative can be wound to locate or fabricate connectivity. Recent work has focused on examining the meanings of belonging and affiliation and their peculiar relationship to place. Bishouty holds an MFA from the University of Massachusetts Amherst and was a fellow at the 2014/15 Home Workspace Program at Ashkal Alwan. She has presented her work in venues such as the Beirut Art Centre, Helen Day Art Center, Casa Arabe in Madrid and Cordoba and the Mosaic Rooms London. In 2015 she was one of four artists selected to participate in Twenty-Three Days at Sea traveling artist residency.