“Interference: Coexistence”

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 (Photograph: Oliver Strewe)
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Photograph: Oliver Strewe
Interference:Coexistence at The Clock Tower; Paula Dawson,'Hyperobject:Homeland', 2013 Digital Reflection Hologram, 48 x 48"
 (Photograph: Oliver Strewe)
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Photograph: Oliver Strewe
Interference:Coexistence at The Clock Tower; Paula Dawson,'Hyperobject:Homeland', 2013 Digital Reflection Hologram, 48 x 48"
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Photograph: courtesy the artist
Interference:Coexistence at The Clock Tower; Ray Park, 'The Coexistence - banana', 2011 180º Cylindrical hologram, 8 x 4 x 10
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Photograph: courtesy the artist
Interference:Coexistence at The Clock Tower; Ray Park, 'The Coexistence - banana', 2011 180º Cylindrical hologram, 8 x 4 x 10
 (Photograph: courtesy the artist)
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Photograph: courtesy the artist
Interference:Coexistence at The Clock Tower; Ray Park, 'The Coexistence - banana', 2011 180º Cylindrical hologram, 8 x 4 x 10
 (Photograph: courtesy the artist)
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Interference:Coexistence at The Clock Tower; Sally Weber, 'Laccolith', 2006 Open Aperture Transmission Hologram, 26 x 27"
Humanity hasn’t yet developed the technology to create the holodeck from Star Trek: The Next Generation, but the Center for the Holographic Arts is doing its best to keep the dream alive at this LIC art space. “Interference: Coexistence” shows off holographic art by 25 of the world’s best 3-D artists, with selected pieces from the heady, future-obsessed decades of the ’70s and ’80s. The Clock Tower, 29-27 41st Ave at Jackson Ave, Long Island City, Queens.
Event website: http://holocenter.org
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