Laura Nova

Laura Nova

NEW YORK, NY
9176482426

Laura Nova

I am here to reimagine...

I am here to reimagine ways to connect and gather neighbors and strangers.

My Story

I am an artist and activator who generates site-specific, action-oriented projects that invite participation of neighbors and strangers. Using cardio, comedy and cooking to connect audiences I have sought to create opportunities for improvisational community collaboration - often those underserved and overlooked by mainstream media. Recent projects include the activist processional “LES Citizens P...
I am an artist and activator who generates site-specific, action-oriented projects that invite participation of neighbors and strangers. Using cardio, comedy and cooking to connect audiences I have sought to create opportunities for improvisational community collaboration - often those underserved and overlooked by mainstream media. Recent projects include the activist processional “LES Citizens Parade” which activates migrant communities with parade floats made of moving boxes and “Silver Sirens,” a cheerleading squad of senior citizens that champions healthcare, gender and age discrimination. I am currently the Public Artist in Residence with the NYC Department for the aging and working on the radio show, “Hear, here!” celebrating the dignity of older New Yorkers.
I am an artist and activator who generates site-specific, action-oriented projects that invite participation of neighbors and strangers. Using cardio, comedy and cooking to connect audiences I have sought to create opportunities for improvisational community collaboration - often those underserved and overlooked by mainstream media. Recent projects include the activist processional “LES Citizens Parade” which activates migrant communities with parade floats made of moving boxes and “Silver Sirens,” a cheerleading squad of senior citizens that champions healthcare, gender and age discrimination. I am currently the Public Artist in Residence with the NYC Department for the aging and working on the radio show, “Hear, here!” celebrating the dignity of older New Yorkers.