Holographic Embodiment two holograms of Romy Schneider and by Dan Schweitzer

Holographic Embodiment

August 31 – October 27, 2019
HoloCenter on Governors Island

The confluence of the physical and virtual body is explored by artists working with holographic media. The artworks create collective, emotive and fragmented visions of the self in states of coexistence.  Light and information are shaped using various techniques to suggest the chimeral nature of consciousness and identity.

Ioana Spectral Figures digital holograms
Ioana Pioaru, SPECTRAL FIGURES digital holograms from VR drawings

–Featuring–
Margaret Benyon, Micheal Bleyenberg, Lana Blum, Melissa Crenshaw & Sydney Dinsmore, Eva Davidova,  Juergen Eichler, Gullliermo Federico Heinze, Juyong Lee, Sam Moree, August Muth, Ikuo Nakamura, Ana Maria Nicholson, Travis Paquin, Ioana Pioaru, Paul Roustan, Dan Schweitzer,  Fred Unterseher and one of the L’enfer holograms produced by Richard Castelli from the unfinished movie by Henri-Georges Clouzot with Romy Schneider

Draw Within Water Augumented Reality at the HoloCenter on Governors Island
Draw Within Water – interactive

Draw Within Water Plunge into the augmented reality underwater environment and collaboratively create.  Developed in collaboration with Sky Rolnick, Jump Into the Light co-founder with EchoAR mobile integration.

Studio Installations
Fred U Needham September 21 & 22
Htet T San October 19 – 27
The exhibition opened with artist floor talks by Ioana PioaruEva Davidova and Travis Paquin

HoloCenter on Governors Island
‘Building #403 in Colonels Row’
403 Comfort Rd, New York 10004

Access by ferry from Manhattan and Brooklyn

Holographic Embodiment images of artworks
images: L’enfer hologram produced by Richard Castelli from the unfinished movie by Henri-Georges Clouzot with Romy Schneider; Union and April Arms by Ana Maria Nicholson; Archiving the object and its memory by Juyong Lee; VR Sketch for Spectral Figures (self portrait) by Ioana Pioaru; The Tunnel by Dan Schweitzer

 Holographic Embodiment is made possible by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and the New York State Legislature; the Hologram Foundation;  donations of technology, expertise and materials as well as generous donations from individuals.