Pillow Wallow

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Pillow Wallow, 2008

Megan Berner is a photographer, video, and installation artist from Reno, Nevada. She graduated from the University of Nevada Reno with a BA in Photography and Spanish. She is currently a MFA student at the University of Iowa, Intermedia program. Mainly working with photography and video, she explores themes of identity, memory, being a twin, mapping, and the use of narratives and storytelling. Other media that she uses include drawing, collage, and installation. Communication, process, community, and contradiction are all things that she thinks about when making her work.

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