This idea stems from the teleportation technology in the Star Trek universe. I decided to take their nearly instantaneous form of transference and alter it in a way that seemed more akin to the transfer of data. Though equally instant, this model of the process focuses more on the deconstruction and then reconstruction of matter; breaking down materials by small bricks, or even possibly strings of information/data. This creates an erosion-like effect during teleportation that is sped up many times over. Two-dimensionally, it might even be akin to something like de-fragging a computer. (Re-structuring and re-ordering of information cleanly).
For this particular model, I have decided to show the 'in-process' transference of Capt. Jean-Luc Picard. A bust of Capt. Picard (what has been teleported of him so far) sits atop a base along with larger blocks/crystal-like pillars of data being reorganized into the physical form that he normally takes. It is a freeze frame of all the data (DNA, etc.) that constitutes Picard, being broken down and then brought back/reformed in its entirety.