Fazleen Karlan (b. 1993, Singapore; lives and works in Singapore) is an artist whose practice lies in the intersection of art-making and archaeological methods. She reassembles fragments of materials from different time frames, constructing personal and cultural realities. She is also interested in examining sites that have been redeveloped and mapping out patterns of erasure in landscapes. Growing up as a millennial, her works conflate a variety of influences including Internet culture. She has also participated in several group exhibitions, including Time Passes (2020) in National Gallery, in Singapore and is a recipient of the Winston Oh Travel Award in 2016 and the Anugerah Cemerlang Mendaki (University) in 2019. She is currently a Post-Excavation Technician, Archaeology Unit with ISEAS – Yusof Ishak Institute, Singapore.