“Pictures from the Moon: Artists’ Holograms 1969–2008,” 2012. Exhibition view: New Museum. Photo: Benoit Pailley
To mark the closing of “Pictures from the Moon: Artists Holograms 1969–2008,” the New Museum will gather individuals from the fields of technology and art to discuss the history, present condition, and future possibilities of holography. Following a demonstration on how holograms are made, the event will feature a discussion among leading holographers about their own experiences making holograms, the challenges they face in the medium, and what new developments are occurring in holography.
Jody Burns – Artist, Holographer, Cofounder of the Museum of Holography, NYC (opened in 1976)
Linda Law – Director, Center for 4D Arts, Beacon, NY
Sam Moree – Cofounder of New York Holographic Laboratory (opened in 1977)
Seth Riskin – Director of Emerging Technologies and Holography/Spatial Imaging Initiative at MIT
Matthew Schreiber – Artist, Holographer, Manager of C-Project
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