Nicole F. Spitzer

Nicole F. Spitzer is an artist and recent graduate from NYU’s Gallatin School of Individualized Study. Her concentration focuses on colonialism, environmentalism, and gender studies through the lenses of art, history, and law. These studies provided a theoretical backdrop for an exploration of postmodern history, multispecies ethnography, and climate-based migration – upon which her Gallatin Rationale was based. Her video and ceramic work has been featured in shows such as the Gallatin Arts Festival and “Reflection, Relationships, and Reuses: Lessons in Looking, Being, and Garbage.” She has worked with organizations such as Utopia 56, YWCA Domestic Abuse Services, and Earth Celebrations.