HOLO Center Table
Like a framed photograph on a mantelpiece, the three-dimensional holographic print at the centre of this table honours and shares a captured memory. Although created using digital techniques, the print requires analogue inputs in order to be viewed. Reminiscent of a sparkling crystal it only comes to life when illuminated, and its three-dimensional magic can only be appreciated by moving around the table.
Marcus Tremonto's piece ultimately questions what lies between the 0s and 1s of binary code and whether – in theory – anything is truly digital.