The Invisible Collection will transform your living room into a museum where you can experience the most incredible works of art with your eyes closed!
In this collection of audio recordings, storytellers describe their favorite works of art. We need your help to expand the Invisible Collection.
- Describe your favorite work of art in ten minutes or less and share your audio recording with us. Keep reading to find out the best way to record your audio clip.
- We’d love for you to include a short biography with your audio recording. In your e-mail, please include your name, who you are, what you do, and the title of the artwork.
- Send your recording to Ilse at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We will raffle off some incredible prizes among those who enter, such as group visits, free tickets to a show of your choice, and several great books.
Everyone can enter, regardless of age or place of residence. Let your imagination run wild!
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4th Floor To Mildness, Pipilotti Rist 2018, by Romy
Flower construction #46, Anne ten Donkelaar, by Anna & Bastian
1984, George Orwell 1949, by Claire
Der Wanderer über dem Nebelmeer, Caspar David Friedrich circa 1817, by Janice
Body Worlds by Talisha
Unknown artwork by Thathagat
Pillow Thoughts, Courtney Peppernell 2017, by Lotte
My Mothers Shawl, by Anahita
Marres Postcard, by Aye Myo Sat
The Water Lilies – The Clouds, Claude Monet, 1922, by Lily
The Invisible Collection is a collaboration between Mediametic and Marres.