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the branch of optics that deals with the use of coherent light from a laser in order to make a hologram that can then be used to create a three-dimensional image

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This latest exhibition is a collaboration between the Hologram Foundation of Paris, founded by Hugues Souparis (CEO and founder of SURYS) and Center for the Holographic Arts HoloCenter, New York to support artists create new work and put art holograms within the reach of buyers.
The holographic art grant programme brings together financial support from the HF and project support from the Center for the Holographic Arts (HoloCenter).
As part of the Brighton (UK) Fringe Festival, John Brown, founder and former CEO of Light Impressions International, has mounted Pure Holography, an exhibition of the holographic art of Inaki Beguiristain, who combines his artistic holography with a career as an originating holographer for security holograms.
The course comprises eight sessions, which review the wide range of existing holographic art, demonstrates methods of creating holographic images, and facilitates the creation of content in this unique format.
She also collected a significant body of holographic art, which now forms a part of Jonathan Ross' collection.
Linda Law, a respected curator of holographic art shows, has ambitious plans to develop a Center for 4D Arts, with holography a core component, in Beacon, NY, a small town on the mid-Hudson River which is rapidly becoming an artists' haven.
Topics spanned security holography, interferometry, new materials and characterisation of materials for holographic exposure, HOEs and solar concentrators and holographic art. Holography News will report on key papers in the next few issues.
Established two years ago as a follow-on to the Shearwater Foundation (see HN Vol 21, No 10), the IHF provided funds to encourage individuals and institutions in the field of holographic art. Its last major grant was for individuals to attend the 8th International Symposium on Display Holography in Shenzhen, China, in July.