The installation, made with the help of holographic technologies, narrates and allows one to study the borderline properties of objects within the Graham Harman's object-oriented ontology. Object-oriented ontology questions the centralization of man and asserts that everything, whether people or things, is equally objects. This means that things and animals can interact with other objects on the same rights as a person. They cannot interact with a real object, but they can interact with the sensory shell of this object empirically. Borderline properties are properties that we were able to extract from the interaction of two other object-actors and, with the help of our (human) specificity of perception, bring into our sensory experience the experience of other objects-actors.