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Opening in 1976 with the exhibition, "Through the Looking Glass", the Museum of Holography (MOH) emphasized from the beginning the importance of artistic holography with the inclusion of several holograms by artists whose primary practice was holography, articulating for the first time a distinction between artists, scientists and technicians. While the scientific and engineering principles underlying the technology could educate a public, holograms made by artists provided the visual syntaxdoi:10.3390/arts8040147 fatcat:bdlerpyggjasrc57lcfqeit3sm