Mansuri’s practice is multidisciplinary and her artistic production has involved ongoing research and experimentation with ideas, materials and processes. The direction of the work is discovered in the process of creating and allows for complexity and ambiguity. The audience plays an important part in the meaning making process. She has taken on a range of ideas and concerns over the years that include our relationship with rapidly developing technologies and accelerating global changes. Questioning the forces that are shaping the future of humanity and the current as well as historical discourse in which these are embedded. Recent works investigate place and its intersection with tertiary memory, aerial cartography, trauma and the digital archive of war-torn places and sites of environmental disasters. These works are further informed by her personal history of living between different cultures and realities.