Synthetic holography is a process for recording on a photosensible emulsion, using holography, a large number of computer generated images representing a series of points of view on a three-dimensional scene. My holograms are composed of hundreds of computer graphic images. This multiplicity of viewpoints allows the reconstruction of parallax and produces a 3D image. Observer’s movements produce perspective variations and kinetic effects.

My holographic compositions are experimental. Each one is related to the optical, perceptual, compositional or narrative specificities of synthetic holography. My perspectivist approach to holography leads me toward experimenting effects induced by the multiplicity of points of view and observational movements. At the crossroads of scientific and artistic paths, the history of spatial representation is a source of content and research.

"Graphis", 2009-2010, 3m X 60cm


See my articles and conference presentations on synthetic holography: