The United Kingdom has been treated to an “invisible” photography exhibition this week.
With the world of art and photography expanding in its range of interesting movement and ideas, a new type of exhibition has come Birmingham, UK. This innovative and unique exhibition consists of photos that are each the width of a single human hair. The images presented have been each printed with state-of-the-art nanotechnology and to many audiences might be seen as empty photos frames upon attendance.
The microscopic photographs relate to science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM).
The gallery will be open from the 24th of January for four days straight in Birmingham. The exhibition is free to attend and is located in the city centre of Birmingham.