The Experimental Drawing Studio (EDS) is pleased to present Holographers:

Joy and Dinesh Padiyar

Artist Talk and Presentation on

Triple Take Holographics

Wednesday, 12 March 2014, 6-7PM

Structural and Material's Engineering (SME) Building at UC San Diego, SME Experimental Drawing Studio 202
9500 Gilman Dr., La Jolla, California 92093

EDS will host a lecture & presentation by Holographers, Joy and Dinesh Padiyar, of Triple Take Holographics Studio from 6-7:30.

Triple Take Holographics has been a world leader in the design and production of holographic technology for 14 years. Triple Take Holographics has made high end innovative holographic optical elements for multinational corporations as well as providing holograms for the security industry and display holograms for such applications as awards and convention booths. Triple Take Holographics is also active in the creation of the next generation of holographic science and technology and have authored several papers in international conventions.


The Experimental Drawing Studio provides open space for an intersection of disciplines that engage the practice of drawing in its expansive range of forms. Artists, engineers, architects, writers, designers, animators and media practitioners will have a clean and unencumbered space to specifically explore the role of drawing in their research. The studio will be used for exploratory drawing research and practice. This includes, for example, large scale or collaborative drawing projects, workshops and conferences on drawing, independent, collaborative and mentored projects between faculty and MFA and PhD Practice students and advanced undergraduates for the preparation for an exhibition, the scope of a proposed project, design and lay out of a graphic book, or focused research and teaching for an academic quarter.

The Experimental Drawing Studio is led by Associate Professor Amy Adler, Visual Arts UCSD in collaboration with Visual Arts Studio Area faculty and a committee of Visual Arts graduate students Nichole Speciale, Emily Grenader, Joshua Tonies, Allison Spence, and Kara Joslyn.

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Amy Adler
Associate Professor
UC San Diego Department of Visual Arts

Image courtesy of Artist Kara Joslyn.