Well-known for his large-scale laser light sculptures, this exhibition looks more closely at Matthew Schreiber's process through his drawings and holograms.
Schreiber creates “traditional” holograms made with lasers. The final product results in patterns of light embedded within glass. Ephemeral images of Spiritualist camps in Lily Dale, New York, and Cassadaga, Florida, are featured in Schreiber's suite of holograms.
Works on paper provide insight into Schreiber’s process, such as blind contour studies, peripheral view drawing, and lens-less photography.
This exhibition will share his findings with fascinating results.
Curated by Associate Curator Kelli Bodle
Boca Raton FL, 33432
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This exhibition has been made possible by the Museum's Leadership Donors.