Sohail Khan (b.1966) is a Northern British based artist who has, since 1983, been creating artworks that explore the boundaries between forms, institutions, audiences, cultural contexts and the means of production that lie therein. Khan has produced his work free from the constraints of academic institutions and arts organisations. Described variously as “challenging”, “threatening”, “meaningful” and “delightful” by audiences and participants his work is invariably engaging.

As a Live Artist. Sohail has also performed as an invited artist at the National Review of Live Art (NRLA) in Glasgow, Spill Festival National Platform in London as well as having been commissioned for Hull Time Based Arts and Red Gallery. He also works as a freelance drama practitioner, producer, writer and artistic director for a number of arts / educational organisations in the North of England.

Image credit: Sohail Khan. Nanka at Large” (Red Gallery Commission) copyright : S. Khan/ Red Gallery