No Longer Empty is an innovative project involving a group of artists and curators who are interested in exploring a new paradigm of making and presenting art.
The joint venture team of Jonathan Rose Companies and Lettire Construction Corporation developed Tapestry, a 12-story gateway residential building located in Harlem at the foot of the RFK Bridge in Manhattan.
Courtesy of the artist, No Longer Empty and El Museo Del Barrio, photo by Grimanesa Amorós Studio
This project is sponsored by No Longer Empty and El Museo Del Barrio.
Media: LEDs, diffusion material, slotted angle steel, vinyl coated steel cable, zinc coated hardware, custom lighting sequence, electrical hardware
Dimensions: 12 ft x 16 ft x 4 ft
Tapestries are hanging, multicolored, woven histories. In Tapiz, I am weaving the faces of 125th street together to represent a merging of past, present, and future. People from diverse backgrounds are converging in Harlem, which will generate a new cultural and economic renaissance.
Los Tapices son historias tejidas, colgantes, multicolores. En Tapiz, tejo los rostros de la 125th street, todos juntos, para representar y fusionar el pasado, el presente y el futuro. Personas de diferente origen que convergen en Harlem, lo que generara un nuevo renacimiento cultural y economico.