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Iñaki Beguiristain - Master of Light

Photonic Planes I Photonic Planes I


13th October - 3rd November

Private Views
Tuesday October 13th 6.30 – 8.30pm
Thursday October 15th 6.30 – 8.30 pm
Sunday October 18th 12.00 – 3.00pm

Open Days Wednesdays 12.00 – 6.00pm

Viewing by Appointment at other times.

Videos of work in the exhibition:

Light-Kubes 2
Pseudo-colour holograms

Iñaki Beguiristain has become one of the most highly regarded holographers in the world for his ability to record precise and beautifully executed ‘pseudo-colour’ images, using a technique in which skillful manipulation of the holographic emulsion can produce a strikingly realistic perception of natural colour. After years of experimentation, Iñaki has now perfected a True Colour technique, using a very complex optical system which involves the use of three lasers (Red, Green and Blue) to expose separate laser transmission masters for each colour component. All the object information, including its natural colours, is then transferred from each of the masters onto a single silver halide panchromatic glass plate. There are many stages and elements required to perfect this process but the end result speaks for itself. The Still Life image of pencils reproduced here is an example.

This exhibition also features a recent series of abstract images. A new concept in light sculpture, LIGHT-KUBEs are "multi dimensional works combining pure holography with the latest in precision lighting and filtering technologies, to give the ultimate in contemporary volumetric light synergy.”

All Iñaki’s holograms are produced using classic analogue methods with no digitisation at any stage of the process.

Photonic Planes II

Blue Shadows

Free Spirit

Green Sky at Night

The Ring

X Marks the Spot

Still Life

Theydon Bois

View work from Iñaki Beguiristain in the collection.



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