The set table evokes past and future memories. In the digital age, where communication and interaction are being redefined nonstop, the emotional act of eating together is experiencing a renaissance. Time, the ultimate luxury, is visualized and made shareable through food (as the medium). The set table is pluralistic – straightforward and informal, dynamic and spontaneous. The traditional table setting gives way to emergent hybrid typologies. The multilayered topography of the set table is the central theme in a mixed-media installation by Andrea Lenardin, a l m project, Los Angeles, in collaboration with Renate Gellner, Vienna, and Denise Bratton, Los Angeles.