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Re: Invisible Monument or Invisible Art


From: Eugenia Hess (jean1_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Sat Feb 28 2004 - 19:33:29 PST

This reminds me of that recipe named for the missing ingredient -flourless
chocolate cake. jeannie in PA

> I was wondering if anyone knew of any invisible monuments or invisible art
> like Jochen Gerz's - "2146 stones - Monument Against Racism." By night, Gerz
> and his students lifted cobble stones in small batches, replacing them with
> fakes while the real ones were inscribed with the names of cemeteries, to a
> total of 2146. The square was named the "Square of the Invisible Monument."
> Does anyone know of any other monument or art work that is like this?
> Thank you
> Karalee Serra
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