Intro

A magazine about emerging trajectories in art, science, and technology

Towering installations visualize scientific data, projectors beam kaleidoscopic animations onto sculptural forms, responsive 3D-printed environments mimic life—as consumer electronics become indistinguishable from science fiction, contemporary artists and designers are prototyping fantastical futures before our very eyes.

HOLO is a biannual window into their world: 200+ pages of personal encounters with leading practitioners, visits to key studios and institutions around the world, analysis from prominent thinkers and niche experts—each issue of HOLO is a thorough record of timely trends and paradigms, mixing long-form journalism with striking photography in premium print.

Features

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Features

Philip Beesley
DAM GALLERY
Derivative
Eno Henze
Raquel Meyers
David OReilly
Chris O’Shea
Semiconductor
Jer Thorp
Zimoun

Inquiry

‘New Perspectives’
—a survey of emerging representational and perceptual paradigms

Surveillance and lifelogging, sculptural projection mapping, debug view art, VR substitute realities, experimental display prototypes, and more.

Testimonials

Contributors

Contributors

Writers
Greg Borenstein
James Bridle
Golan Levin
Tim Maly
Paul Prudence
Dylan Schenker
Alexander Scholz
Greg J. Smith
Hendrik Stöteler
Kristin Trethewey
Daniel West
Mitchell Whitelaw
Will Wiles

 

Photographers
Erika Jacobs

Benne Ochs

Rick Morris Pushinsky
Matthias H. Risse
Rolf Siegenthaler

Ken Tisuthiwongse

Artists
James Bridle
Ted Davis
N O R M A L S
Axel Pfaender
Ludwig Zeller

Guest Designer

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The Amsterdam-based ‘conditional’ design studio Moniker devised the graphic treatment used for HOLO 1’s cover and partner pages.

Team

Creative Director
Alexander Scholz

Editor-in-Chief
Greg J. Smith

Editorial Director
Filip Visnjic

Project Manager
Sherry Kennedy

Art Direction & Design
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Partners

Partners

STOCKISTS

Stockists

In addition to our online shop, HOLO is available at selected independent booksellers and magazine shops around the world.

If you can think of any great shops where HOLO would be right at home, please ask them to get in touch with us.

Germany

Berlin – DAM GALLERY, Neue Jacobstraße 6, 10179
Berlin – do you read me?!, Auguststraße 28, 10117
Berlin – Pro qm, Almstadtstraße 48-50, 10119
Hamburg – GUDBERG, Poolstraße 8, 20355
Karlsruhe — ZKM Museumshop, Lorenzstraße 19, 76135

Netherlands

Amsterdam – Athenaeum Nieuwscentrum, Spui 14-16, 1012 XA

United Kingdom

London – Bleep (online)
London – Foyles, 107 Charing Cross Rd, WC2H 0D
London – Shreeji Newsagents, 6 Chiltern St, W1U 7PT
London – V&A Shop, Cromwell Rd, London SW7 2RL

Canada

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Toronto — Art Metropole, 490 Dundas St W, ON, M6K 1T5
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Toronto — Type Books, 883 Queen St W, ON, M6J 1G5

USA

Indianapolis — PRINTtEXT, 652 E 52nd St, IN 46205
Minneapolis — ARTBOOK @ Walker Art Center, 1750 Hennepin Ave, MN 55403
New York City — ARTBOOK @ MoMA PS1, 22-25 Jackson Ave, NY 11101
New York City — Makeshift Society Brooklyn, 55 Hope St, NY 11211
New York City — McNally Jackson, 52 Prince St, NY 10012

Australia

Melbourne — mag nation, 88 Elizabeth St, VIC 3000
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Melbourne — mag nation, Shop LG-04, Emporium Shopping Centre, VIC 3000
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New Zealand

Auckland — mag nation, 123 Ponsonby Rd, Ponsonby

Singapore

Singapore — Basheer Graphic Books, 231 Bain St, 180231

FAQ

Contact

HOLO
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When organizing our fulfillment, we did extensive research and determined that the most cost-effective solution was to ship out of Germany via Deutsche Post Priority Mail, where we pay a flat rate for worldwide mailing. Within the EU we can ship for approximately the same price via FedEx economy—resulting in speedier deliveries.
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