Amani Moussa’s artistic inspiration comes from Cairo's architecture and the stories behind its buildings. Her chaotic black-and-white prints of tower blocks with the outer walls peeled away are an almost Gothic, urban doll’s house vision of the constant flux, noise and frenetic energy of Cairo. Amani relies upon the inherent qualities of printmaking to build contemporary landscapes that can reveal her emotions and stories visually.
Born in Cairo in 1991, Mousa earned a BFA from the graphic department of the Faculty of Fine Arts at Helwan University. Mousa's work has been displayed in more than 25 exhibitions including: “Tron” in Tianjin, China; the “Clyde & Co.” Annual Contest in Dubai; and The Youth Salon in Cairo Opera House. Amani has also been part of the Guanlan printmaking base residency and Binhai Art Camp in China.