Gracia Goh

Gracia Goh (she/her) is a creative, researcher and design justice advocate. She applies design as an accessible, accountable and emergent process of change. Her work has involved working with and learning from diverse publics in Singapore, New York and Cambodia.

She has 📚 co-designed a flexible library-community space in Sunset Park, 🏚️ advocated for Community Land Trusts, 👩👧 developed an award-winning transitional housing proposal for single parent-households and ☁️ explored the politicization of public spaces in Singapore.

As a student at MS Design & Urban Ecologies in Parsons, her current research looks at urban horror and hauntings as forms of political action in Southeast Asia.