Back in the year 2006 people were arguing about digital vs film. Weren't those the days?
Anyhow, that's behind us now thanks to the outlawing of film in order to promote the One World politic, so moving on...
I gotta say, I'm a flat-field fanatic and think that this analog holography movement cannot be Art. It is ingenuine. Too easy. Everybody's been implanted at birth with networked bio-imaging, and I see no esthetic rationale in moving to holography, even though, thanks to Ka'dook flat-digital is harder and harder to get.
An aside - I think I know why Ka'dook changed its logo to green. Once upon a time there was a lot of green in the world. Trees. I know it's contentious, but Saint Adams work could have been color, but I believe he was part of the Paveover movement. Really. Stifling the color of what they used to call nature. (Do a wik on 'nature'. It's in there somewhere. Unless the boyz at the world capital in France managed to revise the language overnight again.)
Happy Monday! It's the last day of the weekend! (Ya know, it used to be legal to work a five-day week?)