specular holography by Matt Brand
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Public showings

A rotating cast of lumographic lenses is now on show at the New Art Center in Newton, Massachusetts.

The big lumography show in NYC is now down, but there is a video at the front page.

You can see a large installation of specular holography at the very cool National Museum of Mathematics in New York City at 11 E26th St. Opened to the public December 2012.

This one you can play with. Animated close-ups here and more formal pics here.

This spring 18 pieces were on display at the Loeb House Gallery at Harvard University.

tree of holograms

This 3/4-meter holographic mirror-mural was on show at ArtPrize:

Human Touch mural

"The Human Touch" reflects to our habit of modifying natural species, often inadvertently. Look from the right angles, and you will find a frog with an extra limb, a fish bred for useless telescoping eyes, single eye-stalk snails, and other curious alterations. Look straight-on, and you see yourself.

Some exhibitions from prior years:

On to  why.

See:  knots  nature  humans  surfaces  motion  720  etc .

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