A multidisciplinary contemporary artist from Oman who’s work focuses on the female experience in the Arabian Gulf, double standards, the thin line between tradition and religion and an overall social commentary.
Her works tend to be neutral, asking questions without giving an opinion and often stating facts as they are to start a conversation, most of her inspiration is drawn from her Khaleeji (Arabian Gulf) culture and the experiences she has had growing up and living in it.
The artist and her artwork are featured in Arte Tv Documentary “Women in Islam” for her work in identifying issues women face like body ownership, religion and hijab.
She has also had two curatorial experiences at Stal Gallery, Muscat. And has been in 13 group exhibitions in the region and Europe.
The artist is the founder of Makan Studios a first of its kind local art school that offers a community for the arts in Muscat.