Sheraz Khan is a Canadian urban planner and artist. His work focuses on the revelation of the remarkable through the examination and alteration of everyday objects and phenomena in urban space. Drawing from a variety of sources, his work has ranged from planning reports, transportation investigations, chemical analyses, materials testing, public interventions and artwork. Currently he is working particularly with digital media, writing, cartography and photography. Sheraz works closely with fellow artist Scott Kobewka as part of a creative partnership called 17°.
Sheraz obtained an honours bachelor of science in chemistry and materials science in 2011, and a master of urban planning in 2013 both from the University of Toronto. He is currently a writer for Spacing Magazine, a major Canadian urbanism magazine and blog, where he writes and reflects on the aesthetic experience of suburban spaces.