Friday, September 16, 2005 - Wednesday, November 30, 2005
Yvon Lambert Gallery (window)
564 W. 25th Street, New York, NY
Snow Black is an invisible script. It is a partition, a score for an exhibition.
A hologram, a white movie, a subliminal message, perfectly democratic: you are free to imagine, dream, or think.
Snow Black is an exhibition consisting exclusively of invisible artworks - some already existing, some commissioned especially for this show. Some works were borrowed, some stolen, some don't exist, some were bought and some disappeared... Snow Black is a piracy. The invisible is also political.
This never-ending exhibition will continue to grow as more artists are continually being invited to contribute invisible works. This invisible show can travel to any place, even those places which normally cannot afford to show art. It could even go to the North Pole, to the Moon. An alternative post-conceptual economy is created, based on imagination, conversations, and ideas in opposition to the traditional capitalist value system.
Snow Black is a mental cartoon. No preconceptions, no images. An exhibition without dimensions, existing only in time. Appearing and disappearing. An afterimage.
Close your eyes!
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