Invisible Venue

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Invisible Venue, is an alternative curatorial enterprise founded and directed by Christian L. Frock since 2005. Through Invisible Venue, Frock collaborates with artists to present art in public spaces, online and in the built environment.

To date, Invisible Venue has collaborated with more than fifty artists on projects including research, web and telephone-based projects, interventions, guerrilla billboards, performances, site-specific temporary installations, public events, and accidental encounters. Invisible Venue has created public programs and temporary public art projects with Headlands Center for the Arts, Kala Art Institute, Oakland Main Public Library, Mills College Art Museum, Southern Exposure, SOMArts Cultural Center, EMERGENCY USA | Thoreau Center for Sustainability, Works/San José, and Yerba Buena Center for the Arts.

Invisible Venue

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This article was originally created as part of SOMArts Cultural Center's Making a Scene: 50 Years of Alternative Bay Area Spaces. To learn how to add or edit content please visit the Bay Area Society for Art & Activism's online History Collection Lab.