As part of the exhibition, twelve life-size silhouettes stood discreetly in front of various properties until 25 June. From then on, the silhouettes virtually moved from shadow into light; they were spread all over Marktgasse and Bärenplatz.
Every fifth person in Switzerland lives with a disability - some of them visible, others invisible. The campaign "invisible - irritation in black" shows life-size silhouettes of directly affected people. These shadow figures irritate by a quotation that refers to their challenge: Via QR Code and on the website of the exhibition the detailed descriptions can be found. There the 12 silhouettes finally become visible persons who move in the midst of our society and consciously shape their lives.
On Tuesday, 26 June, a street animation entitled "Tea-Time" took place on Bärenplatz and Marktgasse as part of the exhibition. Passers-by were invited to a simply staged Tea-Time with questions such as When do I make myself invisible? and How do I remain visible for others?
Councillor Martin Klöti and Prof. Dr. Nils Jent, Titular Professor HSG with multiple disabilities, also met for an interview at 4:15 p.m. and were asked to bring a symbolic object suitable for the exhibition, which was then placed in the "CHARTA case" and taken on the journey.