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Charmaine Koh (b. 1985) is a Singaporean artist whose video and writing practice explores the tropes and legacies that intervene in the construction of place and place-based identity. Through juxtapositions of filmed footage, personal narrative, and online imagery, she probes the disjunctures that arise from mismatched cultural frameworks, distance, urban redevelopment, and the digital realm. In parallel, her painting practice draws on tropes of landscape, literature, and design. Koh graduated in 2018 with an MFA in Fine Arts and an MA in Visual & Critical Studies from California College of the Arts, California, USA. Her work has been shown primarily in the San Francisco Bay Area, USA.