HOLOCENTER – New York
At Holocenter New York Spring 2014 Holography Workshop, Cromascope, Holographic Sculptures and Projections.
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LEARN HOLOGRAMS BY MAKING THEM Artist Sam Moree, has been working with holography, video and sculpture over 35 years. Join a work-shop in his Manhattan studio,,,
Read more here As well as being a mentor for many well Photo Mark Diamond
UNCERTAIN WORLDS The aesthetic qualities of the holographic image such as evanescence, transparent volume, emanation of light and dynamic viewing serve Philippe Boissonnet to underscore the precarious nature of the visible itself. Playing with the holographic perceptual phenomenon, and sometimes interactive control systems, he is pointing out the cultural importance of beings’ disembodiment and of images’ fleetingness in our technologically perceived reality. Read more here This selection of his installations
CHROMASCOPE Lydia Gatzow, member of the Holocenter Team, is curating her first show. A chromascope is an instrument for showing the optical effects of light and color. Paintings and holograms alike represent and reproduce light and color to create illusion, they both emit emotive and alchemic energy.
Read here Inspired by the Eye
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