As part of Mel Chin’s All Over the Place, No Longer Empty (NLE) invites audiences to a rededication ceremony of Signal, an installation developed in collaboration with Peter Jemison (Heron Clan-Seneca) and members of the Iroquois Six Nations (Haudenosaunee). Signal draws upon the history of the Broadway-Lafayette crossroads, which was once a key point in the trading route for the Six Nations. Five members of the Six Nations will host the event and share remarks on current climate justice conflicts in the region.
How to access the event: Visitors are required to pay a subway fee in order to access the lower mezzanine level of Broadway-Lafayette St. Station. If arriving via the B/D/F/M/6 lines, attendees should walk up one level to the lower mezzanine floor. Public restrooms are not available. While the subway and street level are accessible by elevator, the lower mezzanine level is not ADA compliant. If you are in a wheelchair and need assistance to witness the event, please contact us.
Contact Raquel de Anda, 415-425-8674, with any questions about accessing the event on day of.