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Civil organization “Culture, Media and Education” – ARTHEA performing event “Hologram and the Real: Forest Television” was realized on 25 May, 2019 at the main town square of the Croatian city Slavonski Brod with the alluring enthusiasm of all of us: the Zagreb dancers of contemporary dance Nastasja Štefanić and Tamara Curić, musician from Opatija Vedran Ružić on double bass, Tomislav Brezicevic from Zagreb on hang drum, and 98 students of “Faculty of Education” in Osijek, department in Slavonski Brod who have created multimedia works for the “Media Culture” course. The author of the project Ph.D.Vesna Srnić, Arthea president is a lecturer as well, while the vice dean  Ph.D. Emine Berbić-Kolar gave us a great overall support. Technical supervision for the hologram was done by Connect IT, thanks to Avishai Cohen his song“Remembering” was a background music, and sponsors were the “Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Croatia”, the “City of Slavonski Brod” and the “Connect IT Association”.

The project “Hologram and the Real: Forest Television” is questioning the Social Intelligence through the interrelationship of virtual and real.

The project also includes several scientists: Professor Ph.D. Lino Veljak, Head of the Department of Ontology, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Zagreb, Professor Dr Divna Vuksanović, Faculty of Drama Arts in Belgrade, President of the Association of Citizens’ Young Pea, Docent Ph.D. Suzana Marjanić, Institute of Ethnology and Folklore Research in Zagreb, PhD. Vesna Srnić, Research Fellow at the Faculty of Education in Osijek, department in Slav. Brod, Dr Kruno Martinac, Intercultural Communication, Melbourne, Australia and MA. Jugoslav Gojković, specialist of the psychiatric hospital ‘Josip Benčević’ in Slavonski Brod.

Credits :
Title : ‘ Remembering ‘
Music composed and performed by Avishai Cohen. Gad Music / Sony ATV
From the album: ‘ At Home’ 2005 – Avishai Cohen Trio and Ensemble – Razdaz Recordz LLC

by kind permission : Avishai Cohen, Razdaz Recordz LLC

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The BartlettHead, Stephen A. Benton, William R. Houde-Walter and Herbert S. Mingace, 1978

The Bartlett
Head, Stephen A. Benton, William R. Houde-Walter and Herbert S. Mingace, 1978

At the MIT Museum in Boston the exhibition of over 20 internationally created holograms can still be seen until September 28, 2013. The 9th International Symposium on Display Holography being held for the first time in Boston, Co-chaired by Seth Riskin and Michael Bove, and is presented by the MIT Museum and the MIT Media Lab.

As the MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) Museum informs: “The exhibition presents a rare opportunity to view selected works from the world-wide community of practicing display holographers. The MIT Museum holds the world’s largest and most comprehensive collection of holograms and regularly invites artists to showcase new work at the Museum. “This new exhibition is an example of our expanded commitment to support public engagement with practicing artists through exhibitions and programs,” says Seth Riskin, who will give talks and tours throughout the coming year in his role as the MIT Museum’s Manager of Emerging Technologies and Holography/Spatial Imaging Initiatives.

The Jeweled Net: Views of Contemporary Holography surveys state-of-the-art display holography, and showcases the artistic and technical merit of individual works of art. Selected by a panel of experts, the holograms on display represent artists from Germany, Italy, the UK, Canada, Australia, Japan, and the US. ” A hologram” according to Riskin, “represents how the human brain, and light information interact to create the experience of three-dimensional space. Holography represents deeper technological access into light’s capacity as an image and information carrier.””

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Source:

http://web.mit.edu/

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