Invisible Venue (IV) collaborates with artists to present contemporary art in unexpected settings.
IV produces artist projects, new commissions, site-specific installations and guerrilla interventions in public spaces. Online since 2005, IV originated as a web-based project to host new media online and since then has expanded to produce artist projects in a variety of contexts, including commissions presented in a 101-year-old Victorian era flat, on billboards, in the mail, on the telephone, and in an undeveloped lot, among other unlikely settings.
Often shape-shifting, Invisible Venue consistently endeavors to function as a forum for exchange between artists, curators, and a wide reaching public.
IV is independently produced and curated by Christian L. Frock.
Email christian[at]invisiblevenue[dot]com for information or to join the e-list.
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Partial support for IV is provided by an Alternative Exposure Grant 2008, awarded by San Francisco non-profit artist space Southern Exposure in conjunction with The Andy Warhol Foundation to support independent initiatives in contemporary art.