Materials: Outdoor, Water Resistant, Mold Resistant, Poly-Nylon Rope
Tamika Rivera is a Brooklyn based artist and human rights activist who creates pieces that invoke the curiosity of modern day artifacts. Rivera explores her own heritage and social complexities, which allows her work to transcend space and time while threading the spirit of human consciousness. Tamika was chosen to exhibit in the Whitney Houston biennial in 2017, an all woman biennial made up of over 135 women artists in NYC. She has worked on multiple socially conscious art and design collaborations, such as Gahaya Links, a project dedicated to helping women’s economic empowerment in Rwanda.