Saba Innab is a multidisciplinary practice of architect, artist, and urban researcher. Her practice spans across historical research, drawing, mapping, model-making, and spatial interventions. Innab explores 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. In 2019, she co-founded OPPA (on/pre/post act), a research and architecture collective based mostly in Amman. Innab exhibitions include: Transition Exhibition, Berlin, 2021; 57th edition of Carnegie International, Carnegie Museum, Pittsburgh, 2018; Biennale d’Architecture d’Orléans, Frac Centre-Val de Loire, Orléans, 2017; Marrakech Biennial, Marrakech, 2016, and her recent solo exhibitions include: Station Point, ifa-Galerie, Berlin, 2019; Al Rahhalah, Marfa’, Beirut, 2016. Innab was a DAAD Artists-in-Berlin fellow for 2020- 2021.