06 sep

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The hologram Mandala for the Eighties

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A modern icon HolyGram. Mandala for the Eighties limited glass hologram edition.

Mandala for the Eighties

The hologram Mandala for the Eighties is a double exposed reflection hologram  20×25 cm. A signed edition of 5 pcs by Swedish artist Hans Esse Esselius. Price 5.000 Sek including metallframe 40×50 cm. Including a LED spotlight. Foto Mona Forsberg

Grafikfestival Liljevalchs Hologram Mandala for the Eghties was exposed Artist Hans Esse Esselius

Grafikfestival Liljevalchs
Hologram Mandala for the Eghties artist Hans Esse Esselius

Holographer Per Skande, Lasergruppen Holovision AB. Hologram Museum/Gallery initiated an artist grant from the Swedish Culture Committee. Esse´s 5 pieces were produced in Stockholm 1982.

Mandala means circle and is a visual tool in traditional meditation.

This hologram is not a traditional mandala. Neither in its construction nor in its form. The hologram with its different symbolic elements is never the less meant to activate a process of meditation. Of our origin, our future and our aspiration to control nature and unveil the enigma of life. Artist Hans Esse Esselius

The hologram Mandala for the eighties can also be seen as a modern Icon, a HolyGram. And is one of many collector pieces that now appears at auction houses.

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Russian Icon Hologram glassplate 28×40 cm frame 40×50 cm, 5.000 SEK including a LED spotlight
Valcry Vanin 1981 Photo Mona Forsberg

Russian Icon Hologram glassplate 28×40 cm frame 40×50 cm, 5.000 SEK including LED spotlight
Photo Mona Forsberg

 

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