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.
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.
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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.