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    Suntag Noh (b. 1971, Seoul) is a contemporary artist working in the mediums of documentary and photography. His work explores the resonances of the Korean War on contemporary society and how deeply the division of Korea has permeated the daily lives of the Korean people. He is interested in examining the way in which those with power can interpret history and emphasize war and division as fixed chapters in history. Recent solo exhibitions include Bloody Budan Blues (Gwangju Museum of Photography, Gwangju, Korea, 2018), The 4th wall – State of Emergency II (Art Sonje Center, Seoul, Korea, 2017) and Dance of Order (43 Inverness street, London, United Kingdom, 2016). His work has recently been shown in group exhibitions such as Actually, the Dead Are Not Dead: Politics of Life (Württembergischer Kunstverein Stuttgart, Germany, 2020) and Negotiating Borders (Korean Culture Centre UK, London, United Kingdom, 2019).