Saba Khan's multimedia works traffic in the language of memorial, monument and public projects. From miniature dioramas of a bureaucrat's boring office, flashing LED of retro sci-fi machines seen at power stations to indigo textile banners honouring peasant revolts, I balance grandeur, artifice and satire in order to explore the cracks in the structures. Saba lives and works in London, UK.

She founded Murree Museum Artist Residency (2014 – 2020) and a satirical artist collective Pak Khawateen Painting Club (2019) triggered from the commission of Lahore Biennale 02. Shows/residencies include: Delfina Foundation (2023), 421 Abu Dhabi (2023), Sharjah Biennial 15 (2023), Onassis AiR (2022), Jameel Art Centre (2022), Paul Mellon Centre (2021), Lahore Biennial (2020), “ONE” at COMO Lahore (2019), “Zinda-dil-a’an-e-Lahore–Billboard Project” (2020) an initiative of Lahore Biennale Foundation, Karachi Biennale (2018), New York Times (2018). Grants: 421 (2022), Foundation for the Arts Initiative (2018), Sharjah Art Foundation (2020), Graham Foundation (2020), British Council (2020, 2021, 2022). Her work is the collections of Jameel Art Centre, Sharjah Art Foundation, Ford Foundation, South Asia Art Institute and has been published in the New York Times, Stir World and Asia Art Pacific.