NINA WAISMAN, CV
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SELECTED SOLO & GROUP SHOWS
Beall Center for Arti and Technology, Irvine, California. Play: In Three Acts; Rotating, site-specific versions of Body Envelope, an interactive sound installation for the public w/addtional dance performances. opens 2/7/2015 2015
LAXart Gala at the Greystone, Los Angeles, California Till you Drop...; Interactive sound installation commissioned by LAXART, for the public w/addtional dance performances, collaboratively created by Thomas Lawson, Nina Waisman and Flora Wiegmann. 2014
Casa Vecine, Mexico City, Mexico Radiales: Situaciones Experimentales de Escucha; Commission to create an interactive sound installation for the public, by virtue of leading a collaborative workshop with local artists and non-artists. Collaborators: Antonio Aldana, Gerardo Barrera, Melissa Cisneros, Armando Alejandro Florero, Felipe Zuñiga Gonzalez, Alan Rabchinsky, Tayde Subeldía and Nina Waisman 2014
Experimental Drawing Studio Gallery, Structural and Materials Engineering Bldg, UCSD, San Diego, California *Body Envelope; Exhibition as Artist-in-Residence for UCSD’s Experimental Drawing Studio, created a site- specific version of this interactive sound installation. 2014
Cornell University, Ithaca, NY Intimate Cosmologies: The Aesthetics of Scale in an Age of Nanotechnology Cornell Council for the Arts (CCA) Biennial exhibition of new work by Kimsooja, *particle group* collective (Ricardo Dominguez, Diane Ludin, Amy Sara Carroll and Nina Walsman), Rafael-Lozano-Hemmer, Paul Thomas and research projects by Cornell faculty researchers, designers, architects and students. 2014
The New Children's Museum San Diego, California Orange we...; Interactive Installation commissioned by The New Children's Museum for FEAST! This piece will bekept beyond the original 1 year planned for the show. 2013/16
Viralnet
Online
Future-Why?; Text piece for Viralnet.net's online project. 2013/14
Center for the Living Arts
Mobile, Alabama
The Futures Project; Interactive Installation 2013/14
Montalvo Art Center’s Historic Villa, Saratoga, California Zero1 Biennial; Interactive Installation and Performances w/collaborators tba, as part of Zero1’s 9 Evenings Performance Series. November 2012. 2012
Various sites in Albuquerque, New Mexico ISEA 2012; Residency at the Albuquerque Academy and an Interactive sound installation as part of ISEA’s Main Exhibtion. 2012
Museum of Latin American Art, Long Beach, California Play With Me; Interactive sound installation, group show with Alberto Baraya (Colombia) Franklin Cassaro (Brazil) Cubo (Mexico/USA, Giacomo Castagnola, Camilo Ontiveros, Felipe Zúñiga, Nina Waisman) Dream Addictive (Mexico) Darío Escobar (Guatemala) Federico Herrero (Costa Rica) Rafael Lozano-Hemmer (Mexico) Antonio Manuel (Brazil) Ernesto Neto (Brazil) Rubén Ortiz-Torres (Mexico) Pedro Reyes (Mexico) Sofía Táboas (Mexico) 2012
LaMama Galleria
New York, NY
Mediated Motion; Interactive Sound Installation, group show. Curators: culturehub, Billy Clark, Lindsey Madeiros. 2011
995-7 North Hill Street, Chinatown/Los Angeles, CA Collective Show: Los Angeles; Interactive Sound Installation, in collaboration with CUBO (Jennifer Donovan, Gabriela Torres Olivares, Nina Waisman and Flora Wiegmann, with pd programming by Marius Schebella). group show, a selection of So-cal Collectives. Curators: Eric Kim, Patrick Meagher, Yunhee Min. 2011
Orange County Museum of Art, Orange County, CA California Biennial; Interactive sound installation, group show; Curator: Sarah Bancroft. 2010
Luxe/Stephan Stoyanov Gallery, New York, NY Sites of Memory: Architecture and Remembering; Interactive sound installation, group show; Curators: William Stover & Stephan Stoyanov. 2010
Luxe/Stephan Stoyanov Gallery, New York, NY Phantoms Too; Interactive sound installation, group show; Curator: Stephan Stoyanov. 2010
gallery@calit2, Atkinson Hall, UCSD, San Diego, California Tijuana/San Diego: Cooperation and Confrontation at the Interface, Interactive Sound Installation, in collaboration with CUBO (Giacomo Castagnola, Camilo Ontiveros, Nina Waisman, Felipe Zuniga, with pd programming by Marius Schebella).group show, October-November, 2009. 2009
SESI Avenida Paulista, São Paulo, Brazil FILE 2009, Interactive Sound Installation, group show, July 2009. Curators: Paula Perissinotto et al. 2009
Museum of Image and Sound, São Paulo, Brazil PDCON 2009, Interactive Sound Installation, group show, July 2009. Curators: Alexandre Torres Porres et al. 2009
Online/Mexico Interactiva_09 Festival, Interactive Sound Installation, as part of a multi-media collaboration with Particle Group (Ricardo Dominguez, Diane Ludin, Nina Waisman, Amy Sara Carroll & Marius Schebella). 2009
g727, Los Angeles, CA Soundscapes, Interactive Sound Installation, in collaboration with CUBO (Giacomo Castagnola, Camilo Ontiveros, Nina Waisman, Felipe Zuniga, with pd programming by Marius Schebella). group show with Ari Kletzky, Sarah Roberts and Gerhard Schultz; Elana Mann; Carla Herrera-Prats; and Christina Ulke with Sara Harris. Curator Tiffany Barber. 2009
The Museum at the California Center for the Arts, Escondido, CA Between, solo show 2009
Grand Hall of Science, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA Scalable Relations, Interactive Sound Installation, as part of a multi-media collaboration with Particle Group (Ricardo Dominguez, Diane Ludin, Nina Waisman, Amy Sara Carroll & Marius Schebella). group show. Curator: Christiane Paul. 2009
Visual Arts Courtyard, UCSD, San Diego, CA Something is Happening, Peformance of Training at sunset, group show. Curator: Jordan Crandall. 2008
CECUT/El Cubo International Gallery, Tijuana, Mexico Civic Project/ Proyecto Civico, group show with Gabriel Acevedo Velarde, Francis Alÿs, Shoja Azari, Guy Ben-Ner, Andrea Bowers, Mircea Cantor, Raúl Cárdenas/Torolab, Fabián Cereijido, Sam Durant, Sergio de la Torre, Ingrid Hernández, Daniel Joseph Martinez, Bas Princen, Marcos Ramírez ERRE, Javier Ramírez Limón, Daniel Ruanova, Yvonne Venegas, Nina Waisman; interactive installation for the main entrance to El Cubo, the new international wing of the CECUT. Curators: Lucía Sanromán and Ruth Estévez. 2008
2009
Online The Lament Project, group show. Curators: Cindy Bernard, Kathy Brew, Tom Leeser, Beth Rosenberg, Martha Wilson. 2008
gallery@calit2, Atkinson Hall, UCSD, San Diego, California Particles of Interest, Interactive Sound Installation, as part of a multi-media collaboration with Particle Group (Ricardo Dominguez, Diane Ludin, Nina Waisman, Amy Sara Carroll & Marius Schebella) 2008
University Gallery, UCSD, San Diego, CA MFA 2008, group show 2008
haudenschildGarage, La Jolla, CA Travelog, part of MOCA's "Allan Kaprow: Art as Life" cycle of happenings. Concept: Steve Fagin; Curator: Lucia Sanroman. 2008
The Museum of Arts & Crafts-ITAMI, Japan; 2B Gallery Budapest, Hungary; GALÉRIA Z, Bratislava, Slovakia Your Documents Please, group show. Curators: Daniel Georges and Rumiko Tsuda. 2008
2009
San Diego Museum of Art, San Diego, California Inside the Wave, group show, Interactive Sound Installation, as part of a multi-media collaboration with Particle Group (Ricardo Dominguez, Diane Ludin, Nina Waisman, Amy Sara Carroll & Marius Schebella). Curator: Betti-Sue Hertz. 2008
Telic Gallery, Los Angeles, CA "Showing", site-specific performance October 20, 3pm, group show. Curator: Jordan Crandall. 2007
The House of World Cultures, Berlin, Germany "nomadic new york" performance program in "New York", collaboration with Ricardo Dominguez, Diane Ludin, & Tristan Shone, group show. Curator: André Lepecki. 2007
Fraunhofer-Institut für Digitale Medientechnologie IDMT, Ilmenau, Germany "Cascando", interactive improvisational performance (using body-mounted sensors) of Samuel Beckett's radioplay, in collaboration with the musician, Philipp Danzeisen. Curator: Holger Grossman 2007
C1D Gallery, Long Beach, CA "Soundwalk 2007", group show. Curators: Kamran Assadi, Shea M Gauer, Frauke von der Horst, Scott A Peterson, Shelley RuggThorp and Marco Schindelmann. 2007
Art Academy of San Diego, San Diego, CA "New Contemporaries":San Diego Art Prize Show, group show, nominated by Derrick R. Cartwright, Executive Director of the San Diego Museum of Art. 2007
LACE (Los Angleles Contemporary Exhibits), Los Angeles, CA "Origin is the Goal", group show. Curator: Darin Klein 2007
Gatov Gallery, Cal State Long Beach, Long Beach, CA "Greater Los Angeles Masters of Fine Art Exhibition", group show. Curators: C. Finley, Jeff Foye 2006
Queens Nails Annex, San Francisco, CA "Where 3", group show. Curator: Julio Morales. 2006
Compact Space, Los Angeles, CA "The Dolphins of San Onofre", group show. Curator: Malik Gaines. 2006
Fritz Haeg's Sundown Salon, Los Angeles, CA "Where 2", created a site-specific sound installation in the spiral staircase of Fritz Haeg’s home for his Sundown Salon, group show. Curators: Amy Adler, Zerek Kempf, Shannon Spanhake 2006
Marcuse Gallery, UCSD, San Diego, CA "Displacement 1.2", solo show 2006
Koos Gallery, Long Beach, CA Soundwalk 2005, group show. Curators: Kamran Assadi, Shea M Gauer, Frauke von der Horst, Scott A Peterson. 2005
RedCat Gallery, Los Angeles CEAIT Festival, group show. Curator: CalArts Committee 2005
Millicent Gallery, Los Angeles "Rules Made Broken", 3-person show. Curator: Enrique Castrejon. 2004
Grey Matters Gallery, Dallas, TX "Character by Design", group show. Curator: Jason Cohen. 2004
Art Center College of Design, Pasadena, CA "Around", "Quinine", solo shows
"Freetime", "Buddy" (interactive version), "Interactive Paintings" solo shows; various group shows
2004
2003
EyeBeam Atelier, NYC "Art Heals", NYC 9-11 Fund Auction, group show, NYC. Curator: Andrew Mer. 2002


SELECTED GRANTS/AWARDS/RESIDENCIES/FELLOWSHIPS

SETI Institute Artist In Residence (Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence), 2015-2016

Grant from the Beall Center for Arti and Technology to create new site-specific versions of Body Envelope, an interactive sound installation for the public, along with new dance performances within this work.

Commission from LAXart in Los Angeles, to create a collaborative, site-specific interactive sound installation, with Thomas Lawson, Nina Waisman and Flora Wiegmann, 2014.

Grants/Residency/Commission from Casa Vecina and La Plataforma Arte-Educación to create and direct a workshop leading to a collaborative, site-specific interactive sound installation, 2014.

Travel Grant from the American Embassy of Mexico City, 2014.

Grant/Residency from UCSD’s Experimental Drawing Studio, to install a site-specific interactive sound installation, supplemented by talks, meetings with students. 2014.

Commission from The New Children’s Museum to create Orange we..., a large-scale, climbable, interactive sound installation for children and adults, for the long-term exhibtion Feast! Commission from viralnet.net to create a text-based work for Futures-Why?

Travel/production Grant from Centre for the Living Arts to adapt and install a site-specific version of the interactive sound installation Body Envelope, 2013.

Commission for a site-specific piece for 9 Evening’s Performance Series, Montalvo Arts Center, 2012

Commission for a site-specific piece for 9 Evening’s Performance Series, Zero1 Biennial, 2012

2012 Montalvo Arts Center Visual Arts Fellow, Lucas Artists Residency Program, Montalvo Arts Center, Saratoga, CA, 3 months, Fall/Winter 2012

Special Residency, ISEA 2012, Grant courtesy of the Albuquerque Academy

Grant from culturehub/LaMama for Space Shifter / Rhythm Machine 2011

Grant from the Orange County Museum of Art for Between Bodies /Tijuana 2010

Grant from CALIT2 for CUBO: MediaWomb 2009

Grant as part of the collective CUBO, to create a new collaborative work for Soundscapes, gallery 727, Los Angeles, 2009

Commission to create Between Bodies, a site-specific installation for the entrance to the new International wing of the CECUT; Tijuana, Mexico. The piece was made for the inaugural show of this new building, 2008

Grants as part of the collective particle group, from the Haus Der Kulturen der Welt, UCSD, DARNET, and CALIT2 for creating and touring the interactive installation, PITMM, 2007-2009

Received travel grant & funding from Audiomostly/Fraunhofer Institute for performance of Cascando, 2007

Travel grant, UCSD, 2007

Russell grant, UCSD, 2007

First prize/research grant from LA Weekly critic Holly Willis for “displacement”, UCSD, 2006

Research grants, UCSD, 2006-2007

Full Scholarship UCSD 2005-2008

Valedictorian, Art Center College of Design, 2004

Dean’s List Art Center 2002-2004

Revson Foundation Grant for painting

Ruben A Brower Prize for Exellence in the Humanities, Harvard University

Harvard College Scholarships, for fours years study

National Merit Scholarship



SELECTED PUBLICATIONS/ TALKS/ TEACHING

2015
Visiting Faculty, Spring Semester: San Francisco Art Institue; Teaching in the graduate and undergraduate programs.

2014
Workshop Creator/Director: Casa Vecina, Mexico City, Mexico. Created and directed a 2-week intensive workshop called “Rhythm Exchange, resonance and synesthesia: experiments in listening with the whole body”. This was a trans-disciplinary research and production workshop for local Mexican artists, psychologists, dancers, builders, sound-makers, and others, culminating in the group creating a site- specific, interactive sound environment for an ongoing exhibition at Casa Vecina.

Artist Talk/ American Embassy Audience at Casa Vecina; Mexico City. Summer 2014.

Artist in Residence/ Spring / UCSD’s Experimental Drawing Studio; Lectures for faculty, grads and undergrads as part of this residency.

Artist’s Talk/ UCSD; 3-hr talk+dialog in the Visiting Artists’ series for Elle Mehrmand’s ICAM 110 class, UCSD.

2013
Artists’ Talk/ The Centre for the Living Arts; Presentation of Body Envelope for the media and public, Mobile, Alabama.

Artist Talk / The New Children’s Museum; Artist talk & presentation on physical thinking, San Diego, CA.

2012
Visiting Faculty, Spring Semester: Cal Arts, Art & Technology Program; Teaching in the graduate Art & Technology program/ IM programs; course goal is to make a collective project w/students and faculty.

Radical Cosmology Panel / ISEA/ Albuquerque Museum of Art; Tom Leeser and Lea Rekow conduct a dialogue with leading artists and visual strtegists, exploring the question - What is a Radical Cosmology and what does it look like? Panel: Matt Coolidge, Director, Center for Land Use Interpretation Dan Goods, Visual Strategist, JPL; Tom Jennings, Artist and Faculty, Center for Integrated Media, CalArts; Eve Andre Laramee, Artist and Faculty, Maryland Institute College of Art; Charles Lindsey, Artist in Residence, SETI; Nina Waisman, Artist and Visiting Faculty, Cal Arts, UCSD.

Artist Talk / ISEA / Albuquerque Museum of Art; Artist talk & presentation on physical thinking.

Artist in Residence/ Fall /Albuquerque Academy; Taught students and faculty remotely and onsite, bridging the visual arts, dance and theater programs, to create 2 site-specific interactive sound installations and a dance concert, as part of ISEA 2012 at the UNM Architecture gallery and the Albuquerque Academy.

Artist Talks / Albuquerque Academy; 7-8 Artist talks & presentations on physical thinking for the community and for different age groups of students.

Artists Panel / Play With Me / Museum of Latin American Art; Panel Discussion for Opening Weekend with Alberto Baraya, Leslie García, Darío Escobar, Federico Herrero, Rubén Ortiz-Torres, Sofía Táboas, Nina Waisman at MOLAA, Long Beach, California;

Summer 2012 Artist’s Talk / UCSD; 3-hr lecture in the Visiting Artists’ series for Jordan Crandall’s ICAM 110 class, UCSD.

2011
Graduate Student Reviews: Cal Arts, Art & Technology Program; Served on 3-faculty panel in the graduate Art & Technology program, to determine advancement of 1st year grads to 2nd year study.

Kinetics in Motion: on Calder; George Baker, Nathan Carter and Nina Waisman in a panel as part of the “Eclectic Sundays” series at the Orange County Museum of Art, Orange County, CA.

Artist’s Talk; lecture in the Visiting Artists’ series for Sheldon Brown’s ICAM 110 class at UCSD.

Artist’s Talk; lecture/discussion for Katharina Rosenberger’s graduate seminar in the Music Dept, UCSD.

2010
Artist’s Talk; lecture/discussion for Dave Bailey’s and Nicholas Kersulis’ trans-disciplinary course “From Studio To Social Space”, Art Center College of Design.

Fusing Bodies and Systems: a look at technology’s impact on physical thinking; lecture in the Visiting Artists’ series for Sheldon Brown’s ICAM 110 class at UCSD.

2009
"Fusing Bodies: A Consideration of Techno-Spliced Gestures in Interactive Installations". Published paper and talk given at the Digital Arts and Culture Conference, UC Irvine, CA. pdf version here. Online version: http://escholarship.org/uc/item/0kp6h4z8

Interactive Sound Installation Workshop and Artist's talk for Cal Arts, Integrated Media, Graduate program; Cal Arts, Santa Clarita, CA

Artist's Panel, CALIT2, in association with the show "Tijuana/San Diego: Cooperation and Confrontation at the Interface"; UCSD, CA

Interactive Sound Installation Workshop and Artist's talk for SASSAS, Los Angeles, CA

"Somatic Scripts, Transduction Circuits, and Hackable Soft Spots". Essay for Hemispheric institute E-Misferica July. 2009. http://www.hemisphericinstitute.org/hemi/particle-group-installation?start=1 as part of an online archive of work by particle group here: http://www.hemisphericinstitute.org/hemi/en/particle-group-installation

Artist's talk for San Diego State University students; San Diego, CA

Artist's talk for Cal State San Marcos students; Escondido, CA


2008
Artist's Panel, CALIT2, in association with the show "Particles of Interest"; UCSD, CA

Artists’ Panel: Artist’s talk and panel discussion at the San Diego Museum of Art, in association with the Inside the Wave show; Moderator: Betti-Sue Hertz

"Feedback Patterns in Gesture, Rhythm and Thought": 3-hour lecture + artist’s talk for Jane de Almeida’s “Computing in the Arts, Current Practice” course, UCSD

Into the Folds: A small, trans-disciplinary movement+philosophy workshop, invitational; held by the Sense Lab at the Society for Art and Technology, Montreal, Canada. The workshop invited a small international group of philosophers, dancers, choreographers and artists to address recent theory and movement tactics linking mind, body and socio-political space. Participants selected by Erin Manning, Brian Massumi, Sher Doruff, Mireille Painchaud and Steve Shaviro.

2007
"The body as transducer; building narratives through gestural and sonic interactivity"; Paper and talk presented at the Audiomostly conference; Fraunhofer-Institut für Digitale Medientechnologie IDMT; Ilmenau, Germany; Conference Organizer: Holger Grossman

"The intersection of dance, performance art and new media"; 3-hour lecture for Ricardo Dominguez’ Performance Art Class, UCSD

2006
Artist’s Talk; Lecture/presentation for Brett Stalbaum’s “Computing in the Arts, Current Practice”, UCSD

Artists’ Panel: Artist’s talk and panel discussion as part of a 5-member panel, in association with the Greater Los Angeles Masters of Fine Art Exhibition, Gatov Gallery, Cal State Long Beach; Curators: C. Finley, Jeff Foye


 
SELECTED ARTICLES/ INTERVIEWS (needs updating!!)

2014
LAXART Greystone Gala

2013
KPBS

KUSI

San Diego Jewish Journal

2012
Zero1 Interview

Zero1

Montalvo Performance Preview

KPCC

Notes on Looking: Contemporary Art in LA

Gazettes Online

CoDesign

ISEA Residency

2011
digimag, italy (Note that English translation will be linked/posted end of March)

art21 review

artforum review

2010
http://www.visualartsource.com/index.php?page=editorial&aID=670

http://www.kqed.org/arts/visualarts/article.jsp?essid=37459

http://www.wired.com/underwire/2010/11/california-biennial/?pid=1906&pageid=52376&viewall=true

http://www.artltdmag.com/downloads/2010CABiennialSupp.pdf

http://sandiego.modernluxury.com/style/art-smart-sd-rocks-ocma-california-biennial

http://www.newuniversity.org/2010/11/entertainment/2010-southern-california-biennial/

http://imoralist.blogspot.com/2010/10/ocmas-2010-california-biennial.html

http://www.kcet.org/socal/voices/blur-sharpen/media-arts-preview-october-21.html

http://theocartblog.typepad.com/the_oc_art_blog_contempor/

http://www.orangecounty.com/articles/biennial-9863-art-museum.html

2009
Sanroman, Lucia, "Sincerely Yours: Four Collaborations In or About Tijuana", for C_M_L. Ed. Anthony Graves, Carla Herrera-Prats, Lasse Lau, Robert Ochshorn. Sept. 2009. http://c-m-l.org/ and also http://c-m-l.org/?q=node/382

Zepel, Tara & Nina Waisman, Giacomo Castagnola, Camilo Ontiveros and Felipe Zuniga, “CUBO: Interview”, for the catalog for "Tijuana/San Diego: Cooperation and Confrontation at the Interface". Ed. Trish Stone and Tara Zepel. Published by the gallery@calt2, San Diego, CA, 2009. pp. 20-29 and 42-55. Available online: http://www.lulu.com/product/paperback/tijuanasan-diego-cooperation-and-confrontation-at-the-interface/6006309

Rodeiro, Carla, "Festival internacional de linguagem eletrônica", for Gazeta Television, July, 2009. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tU0Je_abR1k&feature=player_embedded

Quiroz Luna, Marcela, "Proyecto Cívico / Civic Project", for LatinArt.com, March, 2009. http://www.latinart.com/exview.cfm?start=1&id=305

2008
Crandall, Jordan & Nina Waisman, “Dialogue Between Jordan Crandall and Nina Waisman”, for Proyecto Civico Project. Ed. Ruth Estévez and Lucía Sanromán. Mexico: Consejo Nacional para la Cultura y las Artes/ Centro Cultural Tijuana, 2008. 74-81.

Sweetman, Katherine, “Make Some Noise“, San Diego CityBeat, 28 Oct. 2008. http://www.sdcitybeat.com/cms/story/detail/make_some_noise/7428/

Stephens, AnnaMaria, “Messages to the Masses”, San Diego CityBeat, 4 April 2008. http://www.sdcitybeat.com/cms/story/detail/messages_to_the_masses/6804/

Pincus, Robert, “Social Engineering”, SignOnSanDiego, 23 March 2008. Union-Tribune Publishing Co. http://www.signonsandiego.com/uniontrib/20080323/news_1a23art.html

Glass, Erin, “Art & Capitalism: ‘Your matter is our market!’”, SignOnSanDiego, 11 March 2008. Union-Tribune Publishing Co. http://www.signonsandiego.com/entertainment/street/2008/03/art_capitalism_your_matter_is.html

Peterson, Christine L., “Artist takes on nanotechnology and privacy”, Nanodot: Nanotechnology News and Discussion, 25 Sept. 2007, Foresight Institute. http://www.foresight.org/nanodot/?p=2567

2007
Hebert, James, “INTO VIEW: The atomization of Nina Waisman”, SignOnSanDiego, 23 Sept. 2007. Union-Tribune Publishing Co. http://www.signonsandiego.com/uniontrib/20070923/news_lz1a23view.html

2005
Heffley, Lynne, “An All Around Soundfest”, Los Angeles Times, 19 Aug., 2005. http://articles.latimes.com/2005/aug/19/entertainment/et-sound19



EDUCATION

UCSD, MFA in Visual Arts, 2008

Art Center College of Design, B.F.A. in fine arts, valedictorian

Harvard University, B.A. in Visual & Environmental Studies, magna cum laude

Universite de Paris lll, exchange program

Trained at the New York City Ballet, School of American Ballet

 
CONTACT

Nina Waisman
info@ninawaisman.net