The Invisible Dog was conceived as a place for artists of all media to push the boundaries of interdisciplinarity and collaboration. For the third season – 2011/2012 – the Invisible Dog renews its focus on mixed media collaboration and asks: what does it mean to be a truly interdisciplinary art center?
Last season, over 35,000 visitors attended Invisible Dog events—visual art exhibitions, video installations, sound and musical concerts, film screenings, theater and dance performances, lectures and teach-ins, etc. Just as our events intersected, so do our audiences. The challenge as our art center grows, is to continue deepening and broadening the convergences between our artists, our audiences and our events