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Minimum Viable Hologram

Minimum Viable Hologram

Minimum Viable Hologram

Minimum Viable Hologram

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Minimum Viable Hologram is an online, facilitated, two hour-long Hologram session. In this session, one of our peer facilitators will walk you and your chosen triangle through the basic ideas of the project. They will explain how each part of the process works, and support your triangle to have a transformative and supportive conversation.

The simple but transformative method demonstrates how we can distribute the labor of care differently, creating sustainable energy—rather than exhaustion—and aiming us towards a social world where more people have the tools to participate in caregiving relationships.

You can use this meeting to help you set up your own long term hologram or you can just try the practice once. When you are ready to try it, you can schedule your session using the button on the left. In order to schedule, you will need to invite three people to join you. 

Please watch the video below to get a sense of what the process looks and feels like:

How does it work?

Invite three friends who you trust to join you for an online meeting, and sign up for an appointment.
If you make the appointment, you will be the Hologram, or the person who is getting the attention in the call. The other three are called the Triangle.

When you join the meeting, a facilitator will walk you through the steps of social holography. The meeting will last 2 hours.

Afterwards, you will receive an email inviting your feedback about the process as well as an invitation to think about whether you would like to continue the process.


Facilitation Team

Facilitation Team

Facilitation Team


Cassie Thornton is an artist and activist from the US, currently living in Canada. She refers to herself as a feminist economist, a title that frames her work as that of a social scientist actively preparing for the economics of a future society that produces health and life without the tools that reproduce oppression— like money, police or prisons. She is currently the co-director of the Re-Imagining Value Action Lab in Thunder Bay, an art and social centre at Lakehead University in Ontario, Canada.
Magdalena Jadwiga Härtelova is a Czech-Sorbian artist and curator living in Berlin, where she runs a gallery in her bedroom, writes about care work, and makes sounds. The wild tangle of projects coming out of her bedroom could be seen as a life-long investigation into different forms of thinking and creating post-capitalist worlds. She has taken the first Hologram workshop in the spring of 2020, and has been involved since, in writing about The Hologram, facilitating MVHs, role playing possible holographic futures, and organizing.
Lita Wallis is a youth worker and informal educator based in Gwynedd, Wales. Whether in her work or her personal life, Lita has spent much of her time experimenting with different shapes of supportive relationships (eg. cooperatives, triangles, tripods, flows & webs,) that challenge the ways society teaches us to relate. She joined the Hologram team in March 2020, when she helped to build the first course. Since then her role has been to share the Hologram model, and work out how to make it as useful to as many people as possible.
Til is a feminist community builder and teacher working towards ending the housing crisis. She usually spends her time cooking and feeding friends, growing vegetables and herbs, and pouring kerosine on the raging fires that will burn Capitalism to dust. She is a radical educator and is part of the Unlearning Racism collective, a direct action organisation supporting white people to 'unlearn racism' and build a white culture centred around anti-racism. She took the Hologram course in September 2020 and fully believes in the power and magic of simply listening, and being listened to. She believes this is foundational to loving and respecting ourselves, our communities and the earth we live on.
Stella Lawless aka a Good Enough Witch was born on Halloween raised by kitchen witches and activist weirdos. When they aren’t offering cosmically informed spiritual counsel, they spend most of their time cooking and feeding friends, advocating for economic, environmental and educational justice, exploring ways to cooperate hopefully creating community in all the messiness therein. They also make a lot of art and rituals. They love supporting artists, activists and healers prevent and recover from burnout. They live by Wendell Berry’s words “Be joyful though you have considered all the facts.” They have relatively recently immigrated to the unceded Indigenous lands of the Kanien’kehá:ka Nation known as Montreal and is learning French and how to dress properly in winter agonizingly slowly.
Shawn Chua is based in Singapore, where he is part of the group that co-organizes soft/WALL/studs. He dwells in the uncanny valley and wonders about the personhood of things. With the Hologram, he is finding a different lightness to health and illness, refracted through the prism of another possibility of being with each other in the world—especially one that is not yet here.
Katrine Skovsgaard is an artist, co-creator, workshop facilitator and collaborator living between London, UK and Copenhagen, Denmark. She thrives on, and is inspired by, dancing and radical self-care. Her acts of resistance include hand-holding, public pain-painting, mirroring practices and reclaiming institutionalised narratives of illness. She enjoys taking things outside the context where they, normatively speaking, belong. She is also an enthusiastic fruit and veg-lover who recently planted dozens of blueberry, raspberry and strawberry bushes, a hard-hitting boxer, and an aspiring out of balance skateboarder who often prefers riding a bike.
Tyler Rai is an artist and producer whose work is invested in creating forms of care between human and ecological bodies. She helps artists, projects, and organizations with her Capricornian energy in admin, operation, and dream support. This is the second Hologram course she is assisting with Cassie and The Hologram Team. In her spare time, she researches geological deep time and contemplates writing a sci-fi opera about ice.
Tamara Lewis is a Legal Skills lecturer working in an International and European Law department in The Hague. She also research about global citizenship and human rights. She explores how to expand human rights notions to include nonhumans or maybe even how to leave the anthropocentric rights framework to create a society that is more-than-human friendly. Originally from Minnesota (USA), she has lived in Ecuador, Costa Rica, Yemen, Ireland and now The Netherlands. She enjoys nature walks, gardening, cooking, sewing, playing the piano and pipe organ as well as singing. She speaks English, Spanish, French and (sometimes) Dutch.

Meet the Hologram Community