HOLOGRAPHIC ART by Al Razutis 2016 - 1972 (list - links)

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HOLOGRAPHIC DISPLAY ART by Al Razutis 2016 - 2015:

'A Page Out Of Escher'   White-Light Transmission Holograms (3 in collage), 18 x 24 inches glass panel, optically set for close-up viewing
Illustrated page with commentary. - Master Hologram exhibited at Deja Vu, 2010 Vancouver, Canada
Reduction rainbow holograms created by Al Razutis @ Gary Cullen lab and @ Visual Alchemy, Canada - White-light illumination

Collection of Al Razutis

'Pose For Andy'   White-Light Transmission Holograms (4 in collage), 11 x 36 inches glass panel, installation comes with peeping apertures stand for close-up viewing
Created by Al Razutis @ Gary Cullen lab and @ Visual Alchemy, Canada - White-light illumination

Collection of Al Razutis

'Dreamtime in the ruins'   Pulsed-laser Transmission Holograms (4 in series), 20 x 24 inches laminated on glass
Created by Al Razutis @ Laser Reflections, USA and @ Visual Alchemy, Canada
Mixed laser and filtered white-light illumination for exhibition.
Illustrated page with commentary. - Exhibited at Deja Vu, 2010 Vancouver, Canada

Collection of Al Razutis

HOLOGRAPHIC DISPLAY ART by Al Razutis 2014 - 2013:

'Apsara Series'   Pulsed Master Transmission Holograms (6 in series), 16 x 24 inches each, produced at Holographs on Main St., St. Charles, Missouri, USA with Rob Taylor processing and quality control, Allen Fox fascilities tech, Mei-man Lee model.

Exhibited 2014-2015 Lanzhou, China; in the collection of Lanzhou City University, DCC, Lanzhou, China.

Projection system: 'Flying Apsaras in Holographic Motion-pictures'   Rainbow Transmission Hologram frames-sequences produced by Razutis at Gary Cullen private lab vacility, Vancouver, Canada. Projection device and all contributing technology produced at Visual Alchemy, Saturna, BC, Canada. Al Razutis project lead designer/developer/director.

Presented in person by Razutis to government, university and media at Lanzhou City University, DCC, Lanzhou, China 2014.

In the Collection of Lanzhou City University, Lanzhou, China.

HOLOGRAPHIC DISPLAY ART by Al Razutis 2013 - 2012:

'Apsaras'   Pulsed Master Transmission Holograms (21 in series), 16 x 24 inches each, produced at Holographs on Main St., St. Charles, Missouri, USA with Rob Taylor processing and quality control, Allen Fox facilities tech, Mei-man Lee model, and Al Razutis project designer/developer/director.

(6 Apsaras) In the Collection of Lanzhou City University, Lanzhou, China.

(15 Apsaras) Collection of Al Razutis

HOLOGRAPHIC ART by Al Razutis 2008 - 2007:

'Touch Me / Not'   Study Piece - two laminated Rainbow transmission holograms, 11 x 14 inches with white light illumination, produced at Paxton Holographics (Transfers by Chuck Paxton, Lab Director), Burbank, USA. 2008

Collection of Chuck Paxton

'Dreamtime in the ruins' - Four Pulsed Masters (all unique) - Four transmission holograms (four 'Views') 20 x 24 inches with LED or filtered white-light illumination, produced at Laser Reflections (Ron Olson, Lab Director), Las Vegas, USA 2007.   Photo galleries

'Back to the Basics' (subject matter iron sculpture for 'Dreamtime in the ruins'
4 ft. x 4 ft. x 16 inches steel sculpture - 'Back to the Basics'- produced at Santana Ironworks (Robin Stewart), Mexico, and installated on Razutis' property in Los Zacatitos, BCS, Mexico.

'Escher Falling' - Pulsed Master (unique) - Transmission holograms 20 x 24 inches with green laser illumination, produced at Laser Reflections (Ron Olson, Lab Director), Las Vegas, USA, 2007.   Description Page

Collection of Al Razutis

'Pose' - Pulsed Master (unique) - Transmission hologram, 20 x 24 inches with LED or laser illumination, produced at Laser Reflections (Ron Olson, Lab Director), Las Vegas, USA. 2007     Photo of hologram and subject   -   Description Page

Collection of Al Razutis

'Touch Me' - Three Pulsed Masters (stacked - unique) - Transmission holograms, 14 x 20 inches, with laser illumination, produced at Laser Reflections, Las Vegas, USA. 2007

Collection of Al Razutis

'Touch Me Not' - Two Pulsed Masters (stacked - unique) - Transmission holograms, 14 x 20 inches, with laser illumination, produced at Laser Reflections, Las Vegas, USA. 2007

Collection of Al Razutis

HOLOGRAPHIC ART by Al Razutis 1991-1988:

    Assemblage works damaged or destroyed in storage in Los Angeles, Oceanside, USA, 1990

HOLOGRAPHIC ART by Al Razutis 1987-84:
Various studio locations. Exhibited in group shows, including 'Images in Time and Space' ( 1990-1994 Ottawa, Montreal, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Santa Monica, Pasadena, Burbank, Hollywood CA - traveling exhibition - 1987-2002), 'Art of Holography' (Vancouver, 1985 - group show ), and one-man exhibitions 'Classic Suite and Other Stories' (Vancouver, 1987) and 'Totem' (Toronto, 1984).

YOUNG ROMANTICS' PLAYPEN 1987 (48 " x 55" wall piece - assemblage - with holograms/fragments)   -   Photo: 'Playpen' and 'Window II'

Destroyed in storage 1990

NOSE CONE (61 x 50 cm with several versions with one or several interferometric rainbow holograms (H2) and graphic collage, epoxy, on glass) 1986
- version 2 photo only

Damaged in storage; collection of Al Razutis

GIVING HEAD TO SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY (61 x 67 cm with several versions with interferometric rainbow holograms (H2) and graphic collage, epoxy, on glass) 1986 -- two versons pictured.

Damaged in storage; collection of Al Razutis

FALL (30 x 40 cm, interferometric rainbow hologram, graphic collage, epoxy on glass, produced at Global, Vancouver) 1986

Destroyed in storage 1990

ZONE (30 x 40 cm, interferometric rainbow hologram, graphic collage, epoxy on glass, produced at Global, Vancouver) 1986

Destroyed in storage 1990

EIGHT PROPOSITIONS FOR ELECTROSHOCK THERAPY 1987 (26 x 14" wall sculpture with holograms)

Destroyed in storage 1990

HOLOGRAPHIC ART by Al Razutis - 1986-1985:

VENETIAN BLIND II (4 x 36 x 24" wall construction with dichromate H1 hologram) Produced at Holocrafts with Gary Cullen, 1986

    Exhibited at
  • "Images in Time and Space" (traveling exhibition - Montreal, Ottawa, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Santa Monica, Pasadena, Burbank, Hollywood CA - 1987-2002)

Collection: National Museum of Science and Technology, Canada. Stolen - whereabouts unknown.

DADDY'S SPICE CABINET #1 (Angel Baby) 1985 (16 x 28" wall sculpture with dichromate) 1985

Collection of Al Razutis

CATCH ME I'M FALLING 1986 (16 x 22" serving tray with holograms and propeller) 1986

Collection of Al Razutis

DADDY'S SPICE CABINET #2 (10 x 18 x 6" wall sculpture with dichromate holograms), produced at Holocrafts with Gary Cullen, 1985

Collection of Al Razutis

HOLOGRAPHIC ART by Al Razutis - 1985-1983:

WINDOW II (installation sculpture with window frame and dichromate floor pieces) 1985

Dichromate holograms collection of Al Razutis; window frame destroyed in storage 1990.

PRIMA MATERIA - INVISIBLE SECTION (wall piece 31 x 30" with laminated reflection holograms) 1985

    Exhibited at
  • 'Art of Holography' (Vancouver, 1985 - group show )
  • Montreal holography show - damaged in transit and never exhibited again (1986, group show)

In the collection of Al Razutis

SUBJECT TO TIME (sculpture with dichromate interferogram 8 x 10 x 4") 1984 - 3D photo (link)

Private collection - unknown condition or whereabouts

SURROGATE (DRESSED FOR ART NEW VOGUE) sculpture with interferograms (dichromate holograms) 1984
Dichromate hologram sculpture

Collection of Al Razutis

WINDOW I (installation sculpture with window frame and silver halide floor pieces) 1983

    - exhibited at Interference Gallery "Totem" solo exhibition, Toronto
    "Licht Blicke" Frankfurt (holograms stolen! at exhibition - lost)

STRESS TOPOGRAPHY SERIES (white-light transmission interferograms, created at Fringe Research, Toronto, 1983)

FIELD (30 x 40 cm - 2 colour interferometric rainbow hologram) 1983

    Credits: Imaging Director & Artist in Residence: Al Razutis; Fringe Research Lab Director: Michael Sowdon; Processing Technician: Allan Tate Recording laser: Spectra Physics He-Ne 632nM CW (red)
Previous Exhibitions:
1984 "Artist in Residence Project" (group show), Interference Hologram Gallery, Toronto, Canada
1985 First Canadian Hologrpahy Conference (group show), Ottawa, Canada
1985 Second International Symposium on Display Holography (group show), Lake Forest College, USA
1985 "Holography" (group show), School of Chicago Art Institute, Chicago, USA
1985 "Eight Canadian Artists" (group show), Interference Hologram Gallery, Toronto, Canada
1985 "Totem" (solo show/ retrospective), Interference Holography Gallery, Toronto, Canada
1985 "Inaugural Exhibition" (group show), Wavefront Gallery, Burnaby, BC, Canada
1985 "A Fascination of Holography" (group show), Maison de la Culture, Montreal, Canada
1986 "Lumieres - Pereption/Projection", Centre International d'Art Contemporain de Montreal, Montreal, Canada
1986 "Canadian Holography Now" (group show / touring), Canada House, London, UK

Collection of Al Razutis

INCLINE (30 x 40 cm - 2 colour interferometric rainbow hologram) 1983

    Credits: Imaging Director & Artist in Residence: Al Razutis; Fringe Research Lab Director: Michael Sowdon; Processing Technician: Allan Tate Recording laser: Spectra Physics He-Ne 632nM CW (red)
Previous Exhibitions:
1984 "Artist in Residence Project" (group show), Interference Hologram Gallery, Toronto, Canada
1985 First Canadian Hologrpahy Conference (group show), Ottawa, Canada
1985 Second International Symposium on Display Holography (group show), Lake Forest College, USA
1985 "Holography" (group show), School of Chicago Art Institute, Chicago, USA
1985 "Eight Canadian Artists" (group show), Interference Hologram Gallery, Toronto, Canada
1985 "Totem" (solo show/ retrospective), Interference Holography Gallery, Toronto, Canada
1985 "Inaugural Exhibition" (group show), Wavefront Gallery, Burnaby, BC, Canada
1985 "A Fascination of Holography" (group show), Maison de la Culture, Montreal, Canada
1986 "Lumieres - Pereption/Projection", Centre International d'Art Contemporain de Montreal, Montreal, Canada
1986 "Canadian Holography Now" (group show / touring), Canada House, London, UK

Collection of Al Razutis

CHANNEL # 1 (30 x 40cm, one colour interferometric rainbow hologram) 1983

    Credits:
    Imaging Director & Artist in Residence: Al Razutis; Fringe Research Lab Director: Michael Sowdon; Processing Technician: Alan Tate Recording laser: Spectra Physics He-Ne 632nM CW (red)
    Previous Exhibitions:
    1984 "Artist in Residence Project" (group show), Interference Hologram Gallery, Toronto, Canada
    1985 First Canadian Hologrpahy Conference (group show), Ottawa, Canada
    1985 Second International Symposium on Display Holography (group show), Lake Forest College, USA
    1985 "Holography" (group show), School of Chicago Art Institute, Chicago, USA
    1985 "Eight Canadian Artists" (group show), Interference Hologram Gallery, Toronto, Canada
    1985 "Totem" (solo show/ retrospective), Interference Holography Gallery, Toronto, Canada
    1985 "Inaugural Exhibition" (group show), Wavefront Gallery, Burnaby, BC, Canada
    1985 "A Fascination of Holography" (group show), Maison de la Culture, Montreal, Canada
    1986 "Lumieres - Pereption/Projection", Centre International d'Art Contemporain de Montreal, Montreal, Canada
    1986 "Canadian Holography Now" (group show / touring), Canada House, London, UK

Collection of Al Razutis

CHANNEL #2 (30 x 40 cm. one colour interferometric hologram, produced at Fringe Research) 1983

    Exhibited at
  • "Images in Time and Space" (traveling exhibition - Montreal, Ottawa, San Francisco, Los Angeles - 1987-2002)
  • Classic Suite and Other Stories... (Vancouver, Canada, 1987)
  • "Eight Canadian Artists" (group show), Interference Hologram Gallery, Toronto, Canada
  • "Totem" (solo show/ retrospective), Interference Holography Gallery, Toronto, Canada
  • 'Art of Holography' (Vancouver, 1985 - group show )

Collection of Al Razutis

HOLOGRAPHIC ART 1977-74 - created at Visual Alchemy studio, Vancouver, Canada
    1973-5 Miscellaneous laser illuminated transmission plates, white-light reflection plates, 180 degree and 360 degree cylinders (including animation work). Not exhibited. PHOTO GALLERY - EARLY HOLOGRAPHY
    1974-1977: Work exhibited as "VISUAL ALCHEMY"
    (Burnaby Art Gallery Innaugural exhibition, 1977 - see History of Visual Alchemy),
    curated by Elisa Anstis, traveling exhibition curator Martin Grove
    (traveling exhibition 1977-1978 - various galleries & venues in Canada, and Seattle Science Center, Seattle USA),
    including the following works:

NEWTONIAN GALACTIC ASSEMBLY LINE (Wall piece, 49" x 61" x4" - 36 plate mosaic)
Silver Halide, 1975-1976

    Credits:
    Visual Alchemy Lab Director: Al Razutis; Processing Assistant: Rick Gibson; Recording laser: Spectra Physics He-Ne 632nM CW (red)
    Previous Exhibitions:
    1977 "Visual Alchemy" (solo show / touring), Burnaby Art Gallery, Burnaby, Canada
    1977 "Holography" (solo show), Special Venue - Canada Day one month exhibition, Ottawa, Canada
    1978 "Visual Alchemy" (solo show), Pacific Science Center, Seattle, USA
    1979 "New Spaces: the Holographer's Vision", The Franklin Institute, Philadelphia, USA
    1980 "Light Years Ahead" (group show), The Photographer's Gallery, London, UK
    1983 "Light Dimensions" (group show), The Royal Photographic Society, Bath, UK
    1984 "Light Dimensions" (group show), The Science Museum, London, UK

Collection of Al Razutis

POINT SOURCE (Wall piece 22" x 20") 1975

    Previous Exhibitions:
    1977 "Visual Alchemy" (solo show / touring), Burnaby Art Gallery, Burnaby, Canada
    1977 "Holography" (solo show), Special Venue - Canada Day (month-long exhibition), Ottawa, Canada
    1978 "Visual Alchemy" (solo show), Pacific Science Center, Seattle, USA
    "Totem" (solo show), Interference Gallery, Toronto, 1985

NEWTONIAN ANAGRAPH / VISIBLE SECTION (Wall piece, 36 x 36") 1976

Installation View on Exhibit

    Previous Exhibitions:
    1977 "Visual Alchemy" (solo show / touring), Burnaby Art Gallery, Burnaby, Canada
    1977 "Holography" (solo show), Special Venue - Canada Day (month-long exhibition), Ottawa, Canada
    1978 "Visual Alchemy" (solo show), Pacific Science Center, Seattle, USA
    "Totem" (solo show), Interference Gallery, Toronto, 1985

Destroyed in storage 1990

AETHER VANE (sculpture with reflection holograms in glass box' 15 x 12 x 12")
Visual Alchemy 1974 - silver halide holograms & Holocrafts 1984 - dichromate holograms

    Credits:
    Visual Alchemy Lab Director: Al Razutis; Holocrafts Lab Director: Gary Cullen; Recording laser: Spectra Physics He-Ne 514nM CW (green)
Previous Exhibitions:
1977 "Visual Alchemy" (solo show / touring exhibition), Burnaby Art Gallery, Burnaby, Canada
1977 "Holography" (solo show), Special Venue - Canada Day (month-long exhibition), Ottawa, Canada
1978 "Visual Alchemy" (solo show), Pacific Science Center, Seattle, USA
1979 "New Spaces: the Holographer's Vision", The Franklin Institute, Philadelphia, USA
1980 "Light Years Ahead" (group show), The Photographer's Gallery, London, UK
1983 "Light Dimensions" (group show), The Royal Photographic Society, Bath, UK
1984 "Light Dimensions" (group show), The Science Museum, London, UK
1984 "Canadian Holography Now" (group show / touring), Canada House, London, UK

Collection of Al Razutis; original silver halide holograms destroyed

PRIMA MATERIA/INVISIBLE SECTION (Wall piece 31 x 30") 1976

    Previous Exhibitions:
    1977 "Visual Alchemy" (solo show / touring), Burnaby Art Gallery, Burnaby, Canada
    1977 "Holography" (solo show), Special Venue - Canada Day (month-long exhibition), Ottawa, Canada
    1978 "Visual Alchemy" (solo show), Pacific Science Center, Seattle, USA
    1984 "Totem" (solo show), Interference Gallery, Toronto, 1985

Collection of Al Razutis; original holograms damaged in transit from Montreal exhibition

SURROGATE 1976 (Silver-halide reflection holograms, sculpture on plinth: 16 x 16 x 58")       Side view      Detail view

    Credits:
    Visual Alchemy Lab Director: Al Razutis; Recording laser: Spectra Physics He-Ne 623nM CW (red)
    Previous Exhibitions:
    1977 "Visual Alchemy" (solo show / touring), Burnaby Art Gallery, Burnaby, Canada
    1977 "Holography" (solo show), Special Venue - Canada Day (month-long exhibition), Ottawa, Canada
    1978 "Visual Alchemy" (solo show), Pacific Science Center, Seattle, USA
    1979 "New Spaces: the Holographer's Vision", The Franklin Institute, Philadelphia, USA
    1980 "Light Years Ahead" (group show), The Photographer's Gallery, London, UK
    1983 "Light Dimensions" (group show), The Royal Photographic Society, Bath, UK
    1984 "Light Dimensions" (group show), The Science Museum, London, UK
    1984 "Canadian Holography Now" (group show / touring), Canada House, London, UK

Collection of Al Razutis; original silver halide holograms destroyed; dichromate holograms damaged

HOLOGRAM OF A TRANSLUCENT OBJECT (sculpture 8 x 10" x 48") 1976

    Previous Exhibitions:
    1977 "Visual Alchemy" (solo show / touring), Burnaby Art Gallery, Burnaby, Canada
    1977 "Holography" (solo show), Special Venue - Canada Day (month-long exhibition), Ottawa, Canada
    1978 "Visual Alchemy" (solo show), Pacific Science Center, Seattle, USA
    1984 "Totem" (solo show), Interference Gallery, Toronto, 1985

Damaged in storage 1980; remnants collection of Al Razutis

AUTOPORTRAIT (wall box: 10 x 10 x 8") 1974

    Previous Exhibitions:
    1977 "Visual Alchemy" (solo show / touring), Burnaby Art Gallery, Burnaby, Canada
    1977 "Holography" (solo show), Special Venue - Canada Day (month-long exhibition), Ottawa, Canada
    1978 "Visual Alchemy" (solo show), Pacific Science Center, Seattle, USA
    1984 "Totem" (solo show), Interference Gallery, Toronto, 1985
    Destroyed in storage in the 1990's

AUTOPORTRAIT: MORTUARY (floor sculpture: hanging plate in glass box 16" x 16" x 29") 1974

    Previous Exhibitions:
    1977 "Visual Alchemy" (solo show / touring), Burnaby Art Gallery, Burnaby, Canada
    1977 "Holography" (solo show), Special Venue - Canada Day (month-long exhibition), Ottawa, Canada
    1978 "Visual Alchemy" (solo show), Pacific Science Center, Seattle, USA
    1984 "Totem" (solo show), Interference Gallery, Toronto, 1985

Hologram in collection of Al Razutis

AUTOPORTRAIT: SUNDIAL (outdoor sculpture: black granite plinth with plate 19 x 19 x 26") 1976

    Previous Exhibitions:
    1977 "Visual Alchemy" (solo show / touring), Burnaby Art Gallery, Burnaby, Canada
    1977 "Holography" (solo show), Special Venue - Canada Day (month-long exhibition), Ottawa, Canada
    1978 "Visual Alchemy" (solo show), Pacific Science Center, Seattle, USA

Marble plinth in private collection; hologram in collection of Al Razutis

CAMERA OBSCURA (sculpture in box: 12 x 12 x 16") 1975

    Previous Exhibitions:
    1977 "Visual Alchemy" (solo show / touring), Burnaby Art Gallery, Burnaby, Canada
    1977 "Holography" (solo show), Special Venue - Canada Day (month-long exhibition), Ottawa, Canada
    1978 "Visual Alchemy" (solo show), Pacific Science Center, Seattle, USA
    1984 "Totem" (solo show), Interference Gallery, Toronto, 1985

Private Collection; destroyed in storage 1990

VENETIAN BLIND (Wall box/construction: 13 x 10 x 16") 1975 -- Side View

See also:   'VENETIAN BLIND II' (dichromate version) Installation views

Private Collection; destroyed in storage 1990

MEMORIAL TO HARRY HOUDINI PRESTIDIGITATOR (sculpture: 14 x 11 x 16")1974

    Previous Exhibitions:
    1977 "Visual Alchemy" (solo show / touring), Burnaby Art Gallery, Burnaby, Canada
    1977 "Holography" (solo show), Special Venue - Canada Day (month-long exhibition), Ottawa, Canada
    1978 "Visual Alchemy" (solo show), Pacific Science Center, Seattle, USA
    1984 "Totem" (solo show), Interference Gallery, Toronto, 1985

Destroyed in storage 1990

CHAIN LINK (Curtain) (wall piece, 36 x 90" multiple plates) 1975

Destroyed in storage 1990

COLLAPSED STAIRCASE (floor piece with four boxes 24 x 30 x 96") 1976

    Previous Exhibitions:
    1977 "Visual Alchemy" (solo show / touring), Burnaby Art Gallery, Burnaby, Canada
    1977 "Holography" (solo show), Special Venue - Canada Day (month-long exhibition), Ottawa, Canada
    1978 "Visual Alchemy" (solo show), Pacific Science Center, Seattle, USA

Destroyed in Visual Alchemy touring exhibition Alberta Venue 1977

FLYPAPER WITH HANDLE (EXPLODED VIEW) (wall piece 23 x 27") 1975

    Previous Exhibitions:
    1977 "Visual Alchemy" (solo show / touring), Burnaby Art Gallery, Burnaby, Canada
    1977 "Holography" (solo show), Special Venue - Canada Day (month-long exhibition), Ottawa, Canada
    1978 "Visual Alchemy" (solo show), Pacific Science Center, Seattle, USA
    1984 "Totem" (solo show), Interference Gallery, Toronto, 1985
    1985 "Licht Blicke" Frankfurt,

Private Collection; damaged at Licht Blicke Exhibition

SANDSCAPE (hanging transmission plate 24 x 24") 1974

    Previous Exhibitions:
    1977 "Visual Alchemy" (solo show / touring exhibition), Burnaby Art Gallery, Burnaby, Canada
    1977 "Holography" (solo show), Special Venue - Canada Day (one month exhibition), Ottawa, Canada
    1978 "Visual Alchemy" (solo show), Pacific Science Center, Seattle, USA

Damaged in storage; collection of Al Razutis

INCLINE/STRESSED/PLANE (180 degree cylinder and flat Interferometric transmission hologram 12 x 32") 1975

    Previous Exhibitions:
    1977 "Visual Alchemy" (solo show / touring), Burnaby Art Gallery, Burnaby, Canada
    1977 "Holography" (solo show), Special Venue - Canada Day (one month exhibition), Ottawa, Canada
    1978 "Visual Alchemy" (solo show), Pacific Science Center, Seattle, USA

Destroyed in storage 1980

See also: Incline for 1983 version in multi-color white-light transmission (Rainbow).

FYREWORKS (180 degree transmission hologram: 12" x 32") 1975

    Previous Exhibitions:
    1977 "Visual Alchemy" (solo show / touring), Burnaby Art Gallery, Burnaby, Canada
    1977 "Holography" (solo show), Special Venue - Canada Day (one month exhibition), Ottawa, Canada
    1978 "Visual Alchemy" (solo show), Pacific Science Center, Seattle, USA

Damaged in storage 1980; collection of Al Razutis

FLEX WITH CHAIN LINK (180 degree transmission hologram 12" x 32") 1975

    Previous Exhibitions:
    1977 "Visual Alchemy" (solo show / touring), Burnaby Art Gallery, Burnaby, Canada
    1977 "Holography" (solo show), Special Venue - Canada Day (one month exhibition), Ottawa, Canada
    1978 "Visual Alchemy" (solo show), Pacific Science Center, Seattle, USA

Destroyed in storage 1980

RAINFOREST (transmission tryptich: three plates 11" x 14") 1974

    Previous Exhibitions:
    1977 "Visual Alchemy" (solo show / touring), Burnaby Art Gallery, Burnaby, Canada
    1977 "Holography" (solo show), Special Venue - Canada Day (one month exhibition), Ottawa, Canada
    1978 "Visual Alchemy" (solo show), Pacific Science Center, Seattle, USA
    Collection of the Museum of Holography, New York (now at MIT collection)

RAINBOW NEBULA (hanging transmission plate: 24" x 24" mercury vapor illuminated) 1974

    Previous Exhibitions:
    1977 "Visual Alchemy" (solo show / touring), Burnaby Art Gallery, Burnaby, Canada
    1977 "Holography" (solo show), Special Venue - Canada Day (one month exhibition), Ottawa, Canada
    1978 "Visual Alchemy" (solo show), Pacific Science Center, Seattle, USA

Destroyed in storage 1980

THIS IS NOT A SPOON - White light reflection (silver halide) hologram sculpture with Catharine MacTavish - 1975

Destroyed in storage 1980

UNTITLED - White light reflection (silver halide) hologram wall sculpture - 1974

Destroyed in storage 1980

MIMETIC GLASS (film animation - laser transmission hologram with spatial multiplexing) 12" x 73", 1974

Collection of Al Razutis

HOLOGRAPHICS 1972-1973 are not listed here nor were publicly exhibited - view Photo Collage 1972-3

First public exhibition by Razutis - view Visual Alchemy 1977 - Press Release - one year cross-Canada touring exhibition

Updated March 18, 2016

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