Sana Arjumand is a contemporary visual artist from Pakistan who has extensively shown across the globe and in her home country. Born in Karachi in 1982, she currently works and resides in Islamabad, Pakistan. She received a high Achievers award from Cambridge university in advanced level art and sociology. In 2005 Sana graduated in painting from the prestigious National College of Arts, Lahore.
A wide range of subjects have been touched upon in her previous work, such as gender politics, identity, and religion. Her current body of work revolves around mysticism and spirituality, in which the bird has become a metaphoric symbol of energetic beings suggesting the coexistence of higher dimensions.
Credit: Exhibition overview from museum website