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  • As part of International Day of Persons with Disabilities, NYU Tisch School of the Arts hosted On Display Global: Impact through installations on December 2nd and 3rd in New York City. On Display is an installation by renowned choreographer Heidi Latsky that serves as a deconstructed art exhibit/fashion show - a commentary on the body as spectacle and society’s obsession with body image.

    Working in collaboration with Heidi Latsky, NuVu students designed wearables for four of her performers for On Display Global. On Display uses fashion as a tool of social justice aiming to celebrate the beauty of difference. Each performer has a disability and teams of NuVu students worked closely with each of the performers to design individualized wearables that highlight a passion, experience or personality trait.

    More info on the Juxtapose studio here. Projects included:
    Morphing Scales by Eli Krieger, Alana Press
    Unraveling Tutu by Aidan Geary, Mason Vega
    Jerronimo by Acacia Plesch, Ben Cohen, Ariana DeFranc, Grace Cassels
    Peter’s Chestplate by Dylan Norris, Joseph Cybul