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Little Points: First & Second Quadrants, Wenyon & Gamble, 2012. Two holograms (silver-halide emulsion on glass) in wood frames, mounted on tripods, installed with colored-light projection behind and illuminated by yellow lasers, 12.6 x 16.9 in (320 x 430 mm)
Little Points: First & Second Quadrants, holograms, Wenyon & Gamble, 2012
Little Points: First & Second Quadrants, installation, Wenyon & Gamble, 2012
Album and Meteorites, Wenyon & Gamble, 1994, holograms, installation in 2012
Album: Three Cities in RUSSIA, 1859. Screen. Novgorod., Wenyon & Gamble, 1994. Hologram (two views) of wooden storage box of photographic plates of Charles Piazzi-Smythe, Astronomer Royal of Scotland. In a Universe held up for Inspection, 2012.
Album: Three Cities in RUSSIA, 1859. Screen. Novgorod., Wenyon & Gamble, 1994, two views of hologram
The Planetarium, Havana, Cuba, Wenyon & Gamble, 2009, print, 24" x 76"
The Platonic Solids, Ahmedabad, India, Wenyon & Gamble, 2008, print, 24" x 44"
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3D–History, Theory and Aesthetics of the Transplane Image Jens Schröter
Bloomsbury Academic, 2014
Books & Catalogs
Mapping the Great Hall
photographing the 1964 World's Fair pavilion
New York Hall of Science
holograms from observatories
Art Tower Mito, Japan
holograms from a library, Boston Athenaeum and Yerba Buena Center, San Francisco
Observing the Observers...
MIT Compton Gallery
The Quiet Sun
glass mural for a public pool