Wardah Naeem works with different subject matters, concepts, mediums that take a diversity of forms. Her intention is to recreate the existing image through new visual language by including different subject matters from identity to post-truth, craft to aesthetics, history to myth, tradition to new media arts, religion to politics. She seeks to recreate, rediscover and reinterpret the critical dialogue of contemporary adaptation.
She fell in love with Arizona; the way the city, art, and history braid together when she went for her first international residency. While researching the city of Kingman and its culture, she discovered that Kingman was the first American Airbase in United States. Surrounded by barren land and large cacti plants, the landscape was full of bright colors. Broken planes are buried throughout the city, cowboys used to come in studios with guns. Visual language adopted from the region where myths overlap the history.