Archive for the 'Obituary' Category

Ruben Nuñez (1930–2012)

Ruben Nuñez was passionate about almost everything: the people he met, the artworks he created, the studios he occupied, the exhibitions he showed in – all of which made up an unusual ‘space’ – his “Photonic Cosmos”. More »

Richard D. Rallison passes away

It is with sadness that we have to announce the untimely death of a longstanding name in display holography, namely Richard Rallison:

Our condolences to his family.

(Photo by Mark Diamond)

Holography legend Nick Phillips passes away

Nick PhillipsIt is with great sadness that we have to announce the passing away of one of the most famous names in display holography, Professor Nick Phillips. He died at his home on Saturday 23 May.

Update: Following a representation by The Holographer, The Times of London printed this obituary.

Jerry Pethick* (1935–2003)

Artist, holographer, and inventor of the sand table as a way to make holograms.

deem-photoRebecca Deem

About the author
Rebecca first saw holograms at an art gallery in 1970 while completing an Art supervision degree. In 1988, she received the Shearwater Foundation Art Holography Award. In 1995 with partner Fred Unterseher, she co-founded Zone Holografix Studios, an art and teaching studio with a pulse laser lab. She continues to exhibit artwork, teach and write for electronic and print publications.

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