Nicole Disson


The Myth of Getting It Right the First Time

This past Friday evening, April 19th, Nicole performed at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA)'s Bing Theater in an original piece by artist Liz Glynn. 

The piece, called "The Myth of Getting it Right the First Time," is a new performance artwork based on the commissioning and subsequent re-engineering of Alexander Calder’s monumental fountain Hello Girls.  Conceived by Glynn, curated by Jose Luis Blondet and choreographed by Mecca Vazie Andrews, Nicole was the featured dancer, alongside Jos McKain and Raymond Ejiofor playing the actual Calder sculpture.

Read the press release on the LACMA's website.

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