Exposed

Exposed

April 7, 2017

Take a peep at some unusual holograms rarely before shown in public. Arouse your interest in these mesmerizing 3-D images and hear from art & scientific experts. Crafted cocktails and other decadent treats on hand. 7:00 - 9:30 p.m.

Due to the mature content of some of the holograms, this is a 21+ event.

Cost: $15 in advance / $20 at the door. Admission includes light refreshments and a complimentary cocktail. Cash bar available. 

 

Pop-up Gallery Talks
 

Real Holograms, Almost—Holograms, and Fake Holograms
Learn the difference with Michael Bove, head of the Object-Based Media Group at the MIT Media Lab

Representing the Sexed Body in Moving Image Media and Popular Culture
Mary Harrod, Visiting Scholar, Comparative Media Studies and Writing at MIT

Shaping Perception: Holography as an Art Medium
Display holography is a method of capturing and reconstructing for the eye the complete light information of an object or scene. Attracted by its potential, artists pioneered a range of techniques that advanced holography and established a new medium of visual art. With Seth Riskin, Manager of the Holography and Spacial Imaging Initiative at the MIT Museum.