Temporal and Spatial Coherence: chronological and affective narrative within holographic and lenticular space.
De Montfort University
The thesis for this practice-based study maintains that the Z and X axes of lenticular and holographic space can be used to store images chronologically, providing an audience with a new experience with affective and authentic impact. My contribution to knowledge has been to create a new element to the lenticular, analogue and digitally animated holographic artform. My research presents my family’s archival material – photographs, film, text and objects – in a sequential order within the Z and X axes of holographic space, creating an animated four-dimensional (4-D) family album in which my ancestors recede into holographic space and members of the current generation float in front of the surface of the media. Audience experience of the artwork has been gathered and evaluated, providing evidence of the research study’s contribution to knowledge.