Embedded in frames, boxes, paper, books, these are holograms in disguise. Pieces that tempt you to come in for closer inspection, to examine, explore and discover the hologram almost as an element of surprise. I feel my artworks should provoke deep thoughts, but never be intimidating. They could provide an answer, or beg the question. I love to see the expressions of pure joy when people are allowed to let themselves be amazed.
Liza Read and Inaki Berguiristain host this exciting workshop. It combines physics, art and chemistry with a unique opportunity to make your favourite small object into a one-of-a-kind laser produced hologram!
-Learn the art of making real 3D holograms using an actual laser
-Bring a suitable object and make it into a hologram
-Exhibition and talks on different hologram types and processes
-Take your framed hologram home with you
12 February 2017 during the e-Luminate Festival Cambridge.
Link to tickets: http://bit.ly/2ilpclY
Dr John Robb, Department of Archaeology, University of Cambridge talks about "How to Have a Social Life After Death". Liza Read's hologram piece, 'Limbo: The First Circle' illustrates his theories, and receives a close inspection by Dr Robb.
Pint of Science festival presented on BBC Breakfast with Praveen Paul and Michael Motskin in the Cambridge Eagle.
2015 Cambridge e-Luminate Festival