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- The famous Josie Robertson Plaza in Lincoln Center, which revolves around the Revson Fountain, is being transformed into an open, park-like space with the help of a well-known set designer.
- The Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts announced on Tuesday that renowned set designer and MacArthur genius Granny, Mimi Lyon, has been hired to physically reinforce the Josie Robertson Plaza as part of the Restart Stage.
- Known as “The GREEN”, the establishment serves as the physical center of the restart stages, an initiative to promote the arts of the Lincoln Center and revitalize New York City through a collaboration that reintroduces public spaces Designs and reactivates.
The famous Josie Robertson Plaza in Lincoln Center, which revolves around the Revson Fountain, is being transformed into an open, park-like space with the help of a well-known set designer.
Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts announced on Tuesday that renowned set designer and MacArthur Genius Grammy, Mimi Lian, has been commissioned to run Josie Robertson Plaza as part of Restart Stages, a new initiative announced in February at 10 Outdoor performances will include more – to physically recreate the rehearsal room, creating performances. As well as other public places.
Known as “The GREEN”, the establishment serves as the physical center of the restart stages, an initiative to promote the arts of the Lincoln Center and revitalize New York City through a collaboration that reintroduces public spaces Designs and reactivates.
GR TheNE will transform into approximately 14,000 square meters, transforming the open concrete area around the Revson Fountain into an environment that invites New Yorkers to relax and enjoy an open, park-like space.
“When I was invited to think about how the physical location of Josie Robertson Plaza could change to a more inclusive and welcoming environment, I immediately thought of changing the surface of the floor from the hard pavement, including someone like grass to sit on. Not a thing, everyone can be anywhere, all of a sudden, ”said Mimi Lean in a statement.
Books are on loan from the nearby New York Public Library for the Performing Arts. In addition, a small snack bar is planned in the northeast corner. Pop-up appearances are offered in summer and autumn. These performances include music, dance and family performances and workshops.
“In the past, Josie Robertson Plaza was a place to hang out to watch a show, go to the library, or even admire the fountains for some time, but I had dreamed of making it a place to live in, to enjoy and enjoy. For peace.” Lien continued her testimony. “I wanted to create a place where you could lay on the grassy slope and read a book all afternoon. Have a cup of coffee and sit in the sun. Bring your children and fry in the grass. You can have a picnic with colleagues . I hope this curved grassy area feels like a hug and space at the same time and that the plaza as a social infrastructure space, as a green city – as a place to come together, Mango redesigns the ground. “”
“GREEN” is made from the recycle, bio-based SYNLawn, a hay material with a high hay content and is sourced entirely from American farmers.
“GREEN” is open from May 9 to midnight from May 10 to September 2021. There will be various safety protocols including, but not limited to, recommended guidelines, required facial coverage, social distance, and regular room cleaning.
“Art can be at the heart of New York’s economic, social and spiritual revival – a powerful vehicle to reintegrate at the beginning of the spring season,” said Henry Timms, president and CEO of the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, statement. “We are very excited to launch EN The Green”, a place where New Yorkers can recharge their batteries and find inspiration and altitude. We at Lim Center are our partner Mimi Lien and all the people in the city who are very grateful for this vision of the Restart Stadge. “