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Holography: Student Experiments in Holosculpture, SAIC
December, 2021 - April, 2022

Described by French-Canadian artist Georges Dyens in "Holosculptures: Holography and Sculpture, Spirit and Matter", a 1989 article from a special issue in the journal Leonardo, a holosculpture is an immersive multimedia installation that integrates light, music, holograms, and sculpture. This interdisciplinary exhibition revisits the concept of holosculpture nearly 30 years later, combining skills in 3D modeling and printing with holographic recording in laser light. The artwork created in response to this idea takes many forms, but each relate to some of the unique aesthetic and conceptual qualities of the holographic medium: a virtual environment without linear perspective, perceptual intimacy, and visual presence with material absence.

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