Beneath the surface: New works from the Strata Series


Sally Weber
Independent Artist, USA
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The Strata Series explores the relationship between the physiology of matter and the depth of mind. While the black and white photographic works delineate the surface contours of the figure, the pulsed light images use holographic interferometry to capture the micro-motions of breath, muscle and blood from within the body. Currently on exhibition at the Center for the Holographic Arts in New York from May 6–June 30, 2006, the pulsed light images are reconstructed using high-powered LED illuminators designed by Craig Newswanger which offer an alternative to laser illumination.

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