(in)visible deals with photography's place among the arts. Photography did not become validated as an art form in the United States through academic programming and regular gallery representation until the 1970s. Photography continues this struggle throughout the world. Not only does this project explore photography's statues but also the way it is often overlooked because of its many uses. The photograph is often not recognized as an object itself but seen only for the value of what it represents. This project explores these issues in an abstract way with the hope of pushing the photograph to the forefront of the viewing experience.