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Photo by Sophie Kuller

A few weekends ago I had the tremendous privilege to be involved in V Magazine’s first ever exhibition at MoMA PS1: MOVE!. The project fused top designers with visual and performing artists for an overall unique and enthralling event. I was in a piece choreographed by Emery LeCrone in collaboration with artist Tauba Auerbach and with costumes by Ohne Titel. For two days we performed once every hour, while surrounded by some of New York’s most creative minds in a really awesome space. As my first experience being a work of performance art, it was absolutely fascinating and unforgettable!

Photo by Sophie Kuller

Check out these wonderful pictures of the weekend by my talented friend/photographer/dancer Sophie Kuller!

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Written by Nicole Cerutti

Nicole Cerutti is a ballet-turned-modern dancer and arts enthusiast originally from Tampa Bay, Fla. Nicole pursued dance at Walnut Hill School for the Arts, Pittsburgh Ballet Theater, and earned a bachelor’s degree from Barnard College at Columbia University. She currently lives in Brooklyn with Holly Golightly the Cat.