Sets of images as units of meaning
Art experts claim that in order for an image to become art, there must be a process in which people accept this image as art and discuss this image in the context of other images. On the other hand, experts agree that the growing quantity of art works and the increasing complexity of the relations among art works lead to the fact that the original tasks of museums can no longer be fulfilled in conventional ways. Walter Grasskamp stated in an interview  that you would have to visit nine exhibitions a day to see all exhibitions that are held in Germany alone. Nobody can do this. Therefore, art experts, when assessing art, have never seen most of the existing art; it is, so to speak, ”invisible” to them. In this paper we outline a way to deal with this invisible art where it involves images.