Zipsister and the Smoking Gun

David Warren
Australian artist
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This paper will discuss my method of producing large scale art holograms using multi-aperture cameras and purpose built film processing frames. In 2007 such a camera and frame enabled the successful exposure and processing of a single roll of film containing thirty pulse portraits and measuring 900×36cm, made at the Holographic Center for the Arts, New York. This hologram was recently exhibited and visuals will be presented of it along with others that display my ventures into digital holography using digital stereograms made at Holographics North and new mobile video i.lumograms from Geola as multi-media artworks. Finally, this paper will discuss my progress in the production of digital holograms using laser diodes and an LCD to transfer computer generated imagery using Poser 7 and HD video. My current themes associated with these holographic artworks include contemporary communication methods of mobile phones and social networking sites.

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