DETROIT (AP) – Two collectors have donated a group of eight holograms created by artist Louise Bourgeois to the Detroit Institute of Arts .

The gift from museum patrons Guy and Nora Lee Barron was announced earlier this month. The museum says Bourgeois created the “Untitled” holograms in 1998, when she was among a group of artists approached by a former hologram studio called C-Project.

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The three-dimensional imagery highlights objects that illustrate a psychological portrait of Bourgeois’ youth and upbringing. For example, the museum says a large chair with three smaller chairs nestled beneath recalls her mother’s protective nature toward her children.

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The Detroit Institute of Arts also owns two of Bourgeois’ sculptures as well as two works on paper, “Spider” and “Mother and Child.”

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