Collaboration brings authorship into question, and that can sometimes cause sticky situations. It can be difficult to incorporate and navigate the ideas of people with different opinions, but I do my best to find common ground! And I think that makes the work that I do with others more authentic. It’s hard, but it also creates such beautiful connections, professionally and personally. I can confidently say that I am very close with all of my collaborators, in school, design, and the dance world.
We wanted a fun, high energy way to sweat AND continue to get strong. Cardiovascular training is an important part of getting and staying fit as well as an important injury prevention measure for athletes.
Nicole’s Story: Dancing my way through pain
October 18, 2018
We dancers usually don’t express our pain; in fact, we almost like to be in pain because it means we’re working hard and improving. So, when I woke up one morning two years ago and I couldn’t lift my left leg, I knew something was very wrong. This pain was too intense to ignore.
An Interview with Mary Hale
(architect, educator and artist, 2015 AIA Associates Award)
Conducted by Nicole Zizzi
(founder of Evolve Dynamicz, Choreographer, architecture graduate student)
And by Kida Kira, Founder - Volumelithic Sound
Northeastern University‘s Center for Design (CfD), housed within the College of Arts, Media and Design (CAMD), developed a visual atlas that is currently on display at the 2019 Shenzhen Bi-City Biennale of Urbanism/Architecture.
Nicole Zizzi is a dancer and student in the Architecture program. She worked with a database that shows the career trajectories of professional dancers, creating an artistic illustration of how dancers move through their careers.
Nicole Zizzi and Alana Rochford are dancers who met for the first time at an audition. For Nicole, who is 27, the audition was a turning point in her recovery from hip surgery, a procedure called periacetabular osteotomy (PAO).