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Consumed then Created by Light (Portrait of Siew-Hwa Beh)
Named collection: Holography Collection
Object type: Maker: Multiplex Moving Holograms; Friedman, Rufus; Krasilovsky, Alexis
Date made: 1976
Measurements: 12 1/2 in x 38 1/2 in x 1/4 in
Nomenclature: fine art
Classification: art objects
Watercolor and line drawing of Oriental woman moving forward (left to right); drawings show woman more and more in close-up until last drawing, which is a close up of her head; in very last drawing on right, she dissolves into light; drawings are on three sheets of paper taped together and sealed between 2 sheets of plexiglas; sheets are adhered together with gold tape that forms a border around the work; non-holographic.
According to notes in MOH accession file for this object number, this is the storyboard for the 360° holographic stereogram (object numbers MOH-1976.55.01A-C) Please note that due to the unique challenges of holography as a medium, high-resolution digital images are not available for most items in the holography collection. Please contact us for more information on reproducing images of holograms.