Translating Solids:

The Holographic Image

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Monday Feb 28 - Wednesday Mar 16

Main Exhibit:
Translating Solids: The Holographic Image, featuring works by eminent holographic artists from across the nation, Europe and Japan, this exhibition includes holographic transmission and reflection mixed media sculptures and three-dimensional images. Participants were guest lecturers of the Holography Program at OSU including Rebecca Deem, Larry Lieberman, Scott Lloyd, Sam Moree, Ana Maria Nicholson, Ikuo Nakamura, Jason Sapan and Fred Unterseher.

This exhibition is sponsored by OSU Department of Art, Department of Physics, the College of the Arts, the College of Mathematical and Physical Sciences, the College of Arts and Sciences, and the Hopkins Hall Gallery and Corridor.

The Holographic Image is guest curated by Harris Kagan and Prudence Y. Gill.

Corridor Exhibit:
Viewing the Invisible, containing intriguing images created as by-products of research in suchg diverse disciplines as cognitive science, chemistry, medicine, engineering, physics, neurobiology, psychology and ophthalmology, which reveal aspects of the hidden worlds unique to each discipline.

Event Schedule: Guest Lecture and Opening Reception:
Mon., Feb. 28, 4 p.m. "Seeing the Unseen; Hearing the Unhearable: New Technologies for the Senses" by Don Ihde at the Wexner Center for the Arts Film/Video Lecture Hall. Opening reception at Hopkins Hall Gallery 5-9 pm.

Guest Lecture:
Mon., Mar. 7, 4 p.m. "Exploring Light and Space with Holography" by Larry Lieberman at Wexner Center for the Arts Film/Video Lecture Hall. Reception at Hopkins Hall Gallery 5-7 pm.