Sabba Khan talks to Sana Goyal of Wasafiri

‘In this moving and mighty coming-of-age graphic memoir, the artist and architect Sabba Khan explores big ‘isms’ – feminism, colonialism, and racism – alongside questions of identity, memory, family, H/history, Partition, and Islamophobia. And yet, it’s the small objects and memories – chocolate bars and sewing machines – that make her work so special and vulnerable.’  Sana Goyal, Wasafiri, on The Roles We Play by Sabba Khan.