“An inference is valid if (and only if) the truth of all premises guarantees the truth of the conclusion.” – David Hume
Meaning is frequenty sought within complex and fragmentary systems. Personal and global worldviews emerge, evolve, blend and fall from favour. In a plugged-in, post-truth world, how do we decide what to believe and where do we look for clarity?
Within a darkened space an array of screens, lattices and flickering projections surrounded four loudspeakers which played back an ever-changing, swirling, quadraphonic soundscape of synthesised patterns, rhythmic pulses and disjointed voices. Visitors were invited to submerse themselves within the shifting, illusory audiovisual patterns of (In)valid Inference and encounter moments of lucidity, ambiguity and displacement.