In October of 2010, INVISIBLE participated in a one-week residency project at Elsewhere Artist Collaborative.

Rock Music

When INVISIBLE formed in 2006 they played mostly as an improvisational noise-punk four-piece.

The New Obsolete

Described as "an exploded view of the strange romance between humans and technology,” and “a love/hate drama set in a landscape of contraptions," Invisible’s The New Obsolete offers audiences an amalgamation of sound making inventions, like the Selectric Piano, a typewriter that electromechanically controls a piano—Elsewhere's Roof, a drip driven drum machine— multi-channel video, four human performers and a vast archive of collected sounds.