From the discussion of the real and the virtual body to the desire of escaping a normalized normality, Elghamry addresses themes that are closely linked to the collective consciousness and the origin of memories, attempting to transport the viewer into another world that does not necessarily stand in opposition to their reality, but offers an alternative way of seeing it.

Creating works to interpret traces and reconstruct elements we’ve never seen, to make imaginative leaps of what can be in between. Her work explores the boundaries between painting and space, and plays with the process of remembering, vividly constructing various details and possibilities, overcoming spatial limits that we often foster more or less consciously. Elghamry uses different medias to dissect a volatile perspective of the same concept, with a large focus on the viewer’s interpretation, heavily influenced by our collective culture and the philosophy of our mere existence today as a result of the past.