The Great indecision Council
Loran Delforge (Music), Hand Coded (Software development)
Who are we really? Who do we want to be? What do we tell Google, from the apparent intimacy of our smartphone, that we would rather not share with the rest of the world? The Great Indecision Council has been conceived as an unsolicited self-portrait of our current society by translating in real time the search terms most frequently used on Google and Google News into visual and audio signals in the public space; they become pulses that are visible and audible both inside and outside the circle. The Great Indecision Council is a reflection for us all. An image that shows humanity as it really is, not how it wants to be seen. The work takes the shape of a mesmerising and hypnotic large-scale light and sound installation, in which visitors are surrounded by a circle of light, 12-channel sound, words and computer-generated, mystical chants. The Great Indecision Council invites visitors into the middle of this enchanting work while being watched by spectators close-by, and maybe even far above us.