Ingénue Interview series
Nicole developed the Ingénue Interview series as a means of featuring select artists and scene-makers from around the world who are actively defining the next wave of cultural innovation.
- Rosa Rankin-Gee: English-born, Paris-based writer; co-founder of A Tale of Three Cities; and winner of the inaugural Paris Literary Prize
- Vanessa Prager: Los Angeles-based artist, philanthropist, and WeSC ambassador
- Elena Rossini: Italian-born, Paris-based photographer; writer/director of The Illusionists; and creator of No Country for Young Women
- Chloé: Paris-based musician, producer, and DJ
- Ugo Nonis: French-born, Los Angeles-based artist and reality television star
- Sunny Suits’ “The Wild Heart”: A Privileged View Into the Life of an Artist
- Mapping Memories: Natalie Turturro’s “Pieces of Paris”
- Gagosian Gallery Opens in Paris
- Ooh la LA Festival Charms Again
- First-of-Its-Kind Listening Gallery Opens in Los Angeles
Saatchi Online Magazine
…A Joy Forever: A Guide to indulging in the cultural zeitgeist
Special addition to la revue JBCQVF, Autumn 2011; written by Caroline Hoctan.
- Nicole translated into English the original French text as a special online-only component for the revue JBCQVF. Based on actual transcripts, The 254th Day relates the events of the September 11, 2001 attacks in harrowing detail.
La revue JBCQVF n° 5 (J’aime beaucoup ce que vous faites…)
Published September 2011; edited by Agnès Violeau and Christian Alandete.
- Nicole translated into English the 5th issue of this French literary and arts journal, which debuted at the 2011 Lyon Biennale. Contributors include Jack Pierson, Jenny Holzer, Gardar E. Einarsson, Eric Baudelaire, and Caroline Hoctan amongst others.
Schnock: La revue des Vieux de 27 à 87 Ans, n° 1
Published May 2011 by La Tengo Editions; edited by Christophe Ernault and Laurence Rémila.
- Nicole was invited to contribute an outsider perspective on Paris for the first edition of Schnock, a printed revue of retro French pop culture. Her anecdotal map of early 20th Century Paris highlights the haunts of American dance legend Isadora Duncan.