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Paul D. Barefoot

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== ''Paul D. Barefoot'' ==
''President:Holophile, Inc.''
In1988, Barefoot began circulating the Museum's second traveling exhibition, ''FutureSight: Innovations in Art Holography''. This exhibition, curated by Rene Barilleaux, traveled to art museums and galleries in the U.S., plus a tour of four New Zealand museums in Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch and Dunedin.
In 1992, Barefoot organized a new traveling exhibition entitled, ''The Nature of Holography''. A second show (of the same name) was developed in 1993 to meet the growing demand by art, science, and children's museums. A third exhibition, ''Holography: Making Faces'', was introduced in 2007. These exhibitions, which feature images from the Holophile Collection, are still in circulation. (See complete listing of host institutions since 1977 [,])
Since founding Holophile in 1975, Barefoot has worked as a producer of custom holograms for use by corporate, not-for-profit and government clients, including The American Gas Association, BP Oil de Venezuela S.A., Canary Islands Tourism Board, The Coca Cola Company, IBM, National Security Agency (NSA), M & T Chemicals, Inc., PricewaterhouseCoopers, Samsung Electronics, Pfizer Pharmaceuticals, Raytheon Canada, Ltd and The Weizmann Institute of Science.
Barefoot continues to work in holography and other three-dimensional imaging technologies through his company, Holophile, Inc. ([]), located in Killingworth, CT.

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