"Light seems the stuff that dreams are made of. So where does that light come from?" (D.Dark, circa 1974)

In dreams and thought, "the seeing" is clear, lucid, and lacks the texture, grain and convention of corporeal external vision. Using light to investigate so many unanswered questions seems a more direct tool, and enhances the expression of thought and ideas, while the holographic recording echoes the complexity of imagination itself.

In the end the goal is to simplify all this; to distil it, make it concrete, and to go on dreaming.

Dan Schweitzer spoke in Time Versus Space, Holographic Kinetics

California Dream, 1994,
from "The Sleeper" Series.

White light transmission hologram and sculpture
Photo © Dan Schweitzer.
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