“What is essential is invisible to the eye.”- Antoine de Saint-Exupéry

I've used this line of Saint-Exupéry's in a work of art in the past. It was an enormous over-sized version of The Little Prince that I created for a museum exhibition, and it included also an audio recording created by my friend, Karen Cellini. “Man is first animated by invisible solicitations.” Maria Popova writes here … Continue reading “What is essential is invisible to the eye.”- Antoine de Saint-Exupéry

in-vis-i-ble

invisible [in-viz-uh-buh l] See more synonyms on Thesaurus.com adjective 1. not visible; not perceptible by the eye: invisible fluid. 2. withdrawn from or out of sight; hidden: an invisible seam. 3. not perceptible or discernible by the mind: invisible differences. 4. not ordinarily found in financial statements or reflected in statistics or a listing: Goodwill … Continue reading in-vis-i-ble

Social invisibility

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Social invisibility occurs when, to a material degree, the social network that would ordinarily bind a group to the larger society is inadvertently or intentionally pruned, ultimately leaving the subgroup as a social "island".[citation needed] The social influence of a group subject to invisibility is diminished, much like the position … Continue reading Social invisibility

vis•i•ble

vis•i•ble (vĭzˈə-bəl) ► adj. Possible to see; perceptible to the eye: a visible object. adj. Obvious to the eye: a visible change of expression. adj. Being often in the public view; conspicuous. More at Wordnik from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

in•vis•i•ble

in•vis•i•ble (ĭn-vĭzˈə-bəl) ► adj. Impossible to see; not visible: Air is invisible. adj. Not accessible to view; hidden: mountain peaks invisible in the fog. adj. Not easily noticed or detected; inconspicuous: "The poor are politically invisible” ( Michael Harrington). More at Wordnik from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition