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Named collection: Holography Collection
Object type: hologram
Maker: Slater, Steve
Date made: 1983
Materials: dichromated gelatin (reflection); glass
Measurements: 11 1/4 in x 9 in
Nomenclature: fine art
Fifteen 2"w X 1 3/4"h holograms arranged in 3 vertical rows of 5, set in a wood frame, with each row separated by thin wood strips (a few of the strips have fallen off); each hologram contains a unique image, including a crystal, shadowgrams of trees, test tube, and male and female heads from dolls or statues (one hologram showing a statue of a woman with her arm extended toward the viewer has an excellent 3-D quality); 4 holograms in bottom left corner show one combined image, seemingly a satellite dish with a honeycomb pattern in background; greenish-blue color.
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