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Megan Low is a arts, media, and publishing professional. She recently completed her BA at UBC, majoring in English Literature and minoring in Sociology. Her interests include affect, queer theorizing, gender studies, mental health, and socially-engaged arts practice. She is always interested in collaborating with others on creative projects in related areas.
She is currently working as a Copyediting Intern at Fillip Magazine, a publication of critical writing on contemporary art.
Past projects include:
'Re-Visions' (2015) -- A collaborative multimedia installation investigating city transformations commissioned for the TELUS Garden building and produced by the Contemporary Art Gallery, Vancouver (CAG).
'Hope Is Not a Plan' (2013)-- An independent feature documentary exploring disability rights in Canada, for which she was Assistant Editor.
'Ab/Ob-jection' (2011) -- A documentary photo exhibit accompanying a broader ethnographic research study on how youth visualize social spaces and art as transformative political praxis. Presented at UBC Liu Institute Gallery.