Invisible - Art about the Unseen

Invisible: Art of the Unseen 1957 – 2012 at Londons Hayward gallery was surprisingly one of the most covered exhibitions in London in 2012. Including works such as Yves Klein’s “architecture of air” and Tom Friedman’s plinth on which a professional witch has cast a curse directly above. Each piece evoking a spatial awareness and our understanding of that beyond the literal, new conventions and “limits of our perceptual capacities.”
Inventory created a system of Signage that whilst clear and accessible blended seamlessly in to the white gallery walls when viewed from a distance. This allowed the works prominence whilst also allowing the viewer access to the necessary explanations and contexts of the works.

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Invisible - Art about the Unseen image
Invisible - Art about the Unseen image
Invisible - Art about the Unseen image
Invisible - Art about the Unseen image
Invisible - Art about the Unseen image
Invisible - Art about the Unseen image
Invisible - Art about the Unseen image
Invisible - Art about the Unseen image