invisible art

The central moment of Stefan Mayer’s art is the lack of visual access, essential features and spatial elements remain vague or completely invisible.  Working with thermodynamic interventions, magnetic field interference and random circuits create visual gaps and voids. The spectrum of his work ranges from inconspicuous interference in outdoor spaces to room-filling installations in museums and galleries. Current works take place mainly in public spaces and in rural areas: inconspicuous interventions whose function and effect are uncertain.