Proceedings PaperAesthetic problem of figural holography
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Figural holography is often accused of irrelevance to today's art theories and to the medium's future-oriented outlook. This charge is rooted in a highly intellectualized aesthetic sensibility that excludes holography because of its obvious success in provoking sensational and emotional responses from the viewer. The author argues that holography should not be bound by such limited aesthetic parameters.