Khanna produces billboards and houses made of mirrors and situates them in the local landscape. She is interested in using the three-dimensional object in the form of the mirror sculpture to articulate a two-dimensional image. In her exploration of the Hudson Valley she intends to employ the landscape as a medium in and of itself, using the mirrors as a tool to explore issues of culture, place, and the concept of home.

Based in Rochester, NY, artist Ratna Khanna holds an MFA in Photography and Imaging Arts from Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) and a BFA in Liberal Arts from the University of Pennsylvania. She has held positions as a photographer, designer, teaching assistant, photojournalist, artist’s apprentice, studio manager, and photo editor. A recipient of numerous awards and scholarships, her work has appeared in online publications Photography Served and Urbanautica, among others.