1949 1962

2012

Drowning in clutter “We are a mass-produced society which is drowning in clutter.

The Internet never forget – Fist invisible art documented on Internet

Gesture recognition - (creation of music - not required any knowledge but knowing electronic tricks)

Photo with mirror is popular for the optical trick “to make me invisible”

Curator Paul Schimmel introduces his exhibition “Destroy the Picture: Painting the Void, 1949-1962” in this video featuring archival footage of Yves Klein and Salvatore Scarpitta and paintings by Japanese, European, and American artists influenced by the destruction wrought by World War II.

2012 exhibits - works of various artists do a one-shot attempt at invisible art concept. Usually it happens once in the artist’s carrier, he wouldn’t continue it this direction since he will just repeat the same unable to develop the idea and failing to capitalize on a disposable thing.

Titles of such works indicate that attempt is made to “connect” to the viewer when the work is titled like: “You are Invisible”

Invisible Flower by Yoko Ono – still visible just pale artworks.

The art of measuring the invisible. 

Meanwhile Invisibility is Marching On.

Drowning in clutter “We are a mass-produced society which is drowning in clutter.

The Internet never forget – Fist invisible art documented on Internet

Photo with mirror is popular for the optical trick “to make me invisible”

Curator Paul Schimmel introduces his exhibition “Destroy the Picture: Painting the Void, 1949-1962” in this video featuring archival footage of Yves Klein and Salvatore Scarpitta and paintings by Japanese, European, and American artists influenced by the destruction wrought by World War II.

2012 exhibits - works of various artists do a one-shot attempt at invisible art concept. Usually it happens once in the artist’s carrier, he wouldn’t continue it this direction since he will just repeat the same unable to develop the idea and failing to capitalize on a disposable thing.

Titles of such works indicate that attempt is made to “connect” to the viewer when the work is titled like: “You are Invisible”

Invisible Flower by Yoko Ono – still visible just pale artworks.

The art of measuring the invisible.

Beautiful work of art not pictured due to lack of existence – written text (topography)

Visualising the Invisible. Arts and Science Collaborations

Conceptual-Fresh Air”

Another title: “The emptied canvas”

Almost invisible art

Uncopy – paintings – empty canvas

No Object Implies the Existence of Any Other, 1967. written on a mirror.

When Revealing the Invisible INtheVISIBLE

Monochrome painting (white, black) is for a long time claim being INVISIBLE

Andy Warhol’s Invisible Sculpture - an empty plinth bearing the label ‘Andy Warhol, USA / Invisible Sculpture / Mixed Media’ - was unveiled at the New York club, Area, in 1985.

Invisible Art

By Kacie Monroe, “The Healer”. There is a small glass vial about the height of a Dixie cup. Contained inside the vial is a liquid filled to the top. When looked upon in sunlight, the liquid is clear; however, appears iridescent and reflects a multitude of colors. This is not magic; it is a cure. It will heal any individual who consumes it regardless of how lethal the injury or disease is. All it takes is one drop. Another thing to note: it cannot bring people back to life. This is the last of the cure on the entire earth, so be cautious and use it wisely. Important! You are not buying a visible piece of art; you are buying the title and description card for the imagined artwork.

This painting is not available in your country (text on black)

This painting should be ideally hung near a Sol LeVitt

Amidst a world saturated with a relentless stream of images and stimuli, moments of visual quiet can take on unexpected power. InVisible: Art at the Edge of Perception

Secret Painting (1967 above) consists of a white-painted canvas accompanied by the following text:

The content of this painting is invisible: the character and dimension of the content are to be kept permanently secret, known only to the artist.

Invisible Labyrinth is a completely invisible maze made with infrared lasers in exhibition 2005

Invisible Urban Topography: Visualizing City Wi-Fi Fields

All around us, there is an invisible landscape surrounding and permeating everything that we can see. This second urban topography exists in the wi-fi networks that crisscross the physical topography, beaming data invisibly all around us. Visual artist Timo Arnall wanted to be able to see these streams of information, so he created a video and a series of photographs bringing to light the wi-fi networks all around Oslo, Norway.

The project is called “Immaterials: Light Painting WiFi.” Timo, along with Jorn Knutsen and Einar Sneve Martinussen, built a light stick that operates somewhat like the reception bars on your cell phone. The stick detects a wi-fi signal and lights up according to how strong the signal is. You buy Weiner’s immaterial idea, as a certificate that lets you write his phrase in a room, or come up with the sculpture you think it describes.

this art has moved from counterculture to collector culture, it has started to become more consumable. Wall drawings by Sol LeWitt, a founding father of conceptualism, were once about reducing visual art to the raw ideas that shape it. Watching LeWitt’s raw ideas become high-end collectibles may be what has led some younger artists to seek a more ironclad evanescence. Tino Sehgal, who was born in London in 1976 and is now based in Berlin, simply makes strange things happen in the world, without any records or photos permitted. A collector who “buys” a Sehgal—they now run around $100,000, a pittance in Art Basel terms—doesn’t even get a certificate to prove it: the transaction is conducted in cash, before witnesses, without paperwork to soil its purity.That was good enough for collectors who “own” a Sehgal that consists of a museum guard slowly removing every shred of his clothes. (There being no guards in the Gensollens’ home, so far the piece has come alive only when they’ve “lent” it to museums.) Her husband chimes in: “When the work is immaterial, we’re just its temporary holders. Accumulating fancy goods is absurd. We buy works to talk about them, and to stretch people’s notions of what art is…But some people want the opposite: a reassuring object with a big name.”

Art Basel Aaron and Barbara Levine, veteran collectors from Washington, D.C., were looking for rarefied work that was maybe more important than the showstoppers. And, as it happens, barely even there.

Other artists title their whole art show not just a work - The Invisible Show when the reviewer writes how a work is indeed “too visible” (hidden sort of Christo like wrapping of objects)

Hayward gallery in London received a lot of publicity and a lot of big time “visibility” for the Invisible show in 2012

Projects called invisible generation and info explains that the audience does not necessarily expect to find artwork.

Attempts to write Brief History of Invisible art

Artist is covering Europe in Invisible Graffiti (gets more attention now than a billion of others who are covering in visible graffiti)

SOCIAL USE of the word invisible as it gained wide popularity: describing social problems use word invisible in context: Older seems to equal invisible

New terms in various uses Chronic Social Invisibility

Architectural concept - infinity2Tower Infinity South Korea’s invisible skyscraper (the idea gets public visibility and attention with comments such as:

Very idea of it just SCREAMS “Flight Hazard”.

The South Korean government has granted approval to begin construction on what will be the world’s first “invisible” tower. Called the Infinity Tower, it will

be equipped with an LED facade system and optical cameras to give it a reflective skin” and a striking translucent appearance.

A simple art project by an ordinary art student has been making quite a stir worldwide, with images of her cleverly painted ‘invisible car‘ appearing in publications around the world.

(Must be quite entertaining, with such potential for the hazard of driving comments

Artists with inclinations to philosophy such as Yves Klein take photo of a cabinet and title it: “Zone of Immaterial Pictorial sensibility” in Duchampian fashion of giving names to silly items and perform this “artistic transformation.” Still the picture is just a photo of an empty bookcase or whatever

Comprehensive reviews written where the so-called Invisible art is even classified by styles, the review is written by someone who is into this, as he gathered a lot of various events in time and approach in “The eloquence of absence: omission, extraction and invisibility in contemporary art. Empty gallery.

Artist try to capitalize but while people love the concept the real art collectors, who would not buy into mockery, do not love it and some unsubstantiated claims of making Something amazing from

Nothing, Nothing is not turned into Something. Nothing in the hands of unskilled creator is turned in Nothing. Only highly skilled and most talented can do great things as Nothing is where the genius starts and transforms it. Without a genius Invisible nothing is just that. And it can be called the Museum of non-visible art with celebrity name of James Franco or anyone else. It still is the same old gig.

Meanwhile Invisibility is Marching On.