Saba Innab was born in Kuwait in 1980. Innab is an architect, urban researcher, and artist practicing out of Amman and Beirut. She holds a bachelor’s degree in architectural engineering from the Jordan University of Science and Technology (2004).
Innab has worked as an architect with The United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA) on the reconstruction of the Palestinian refugee camp Nahr al-Barid in the north of Lebanon, a project nominated for the Aga Khan Award for Architecture in 2013. In 2014, she received the visiting research fellowship from Columbia University Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation’s Studio X Amman. Innab cofounded OPPA, a collective for architecture and research in 2019.
Her work was recently exhibited in Amman Design Week (Jordan, 2019); the 57th edition of Carnegie International, Carnegie Museum of Art (Pittsburgh, PA, US); Milano Arch Week—Triennale di Milano (Italy, 2018); Biennale d’Architecture d’Orléans, Frac Centre-Val de Loire, (France, 2017); Marrakech Biennial 6 (Morocco, 2016); Home Works 7 (Beirut, 2015); Lest the Two Seas Meet, Museum of Modern Art (Warsaw, Poland, 2015); and HIWAR/Conversations in Amman, Darat al Funun (Amman, 2013). Her solo shows include Station Point, Ifa Galleire, (Berlin, Germany, 2019), Al Rahhalah (The Traveler) at Marfa’ (Beirut, 2016), No-Sheep’s Land, Darat al Funun (Amman, 2011) and a show at the Agial Gallery (Beirut, 2011).
Through design, mapping, model making, and drawing, her work explores the suspended states between temporality and permanence and is concerned with variable notions of dwelling and building and their political, spatial, and poetic implications in language and architecture.
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