Photo by  Briana Gardener

Nina Wu is a second-gen, Chinese-American, multi-disciplinary artist.

Primarily a contemporary dancer, she also trains in dance theater, contact improv, street dance, salsa, and other cultural forms. 

Her visual art practice utilizes printmaking, watercolor, alcohol inks, and installation art to explore pattern and texture.

Studied in math, art, and education (Duke University) with interests in identity, mechanics, and play, Nina spends her time designing math games for kids and creating art, especially in collaboration with friends. She is a co-founder (with Rose Huey and Courtney Hope) of the creative collective, ragbag.

You can find her dancing for a variety of companies and projects around the Bay; present and past credits include: Sarah Bush Dance Project, Mix’d Ingrdnts, Five Feet Dance, Fullstop Dance, Alyssandra Katherine Dance Project, and  Duniya Dance & Drum Company.

She is also a member of CTRL+SHFT, a really rad art collective.