Monica Haller

Monica Haller’s work involves long-term collaborations with individuals and small groups, most often using photos, video and writing. Her work explores the way that people grapple, both psychologically and practically, with difficult transitions or traumatic situations, for example the transition from active military duty to civilian life. Her aesthetic practice aims to reactivate and amplify the materials and technologies her collaborators have turned to along the way. Monica has a BA in Peace and Conflict Studies, an MFA in Visual Studies and has received awards including fellowships from the Guggenheim Foundation, Bush Foundation, McKnight Foundation and Jerome Foundation.