As a society gets bigger, the general behavior of the people within is to surrender autonomy of thinking (often combined with rationalism), to the masses.
Problems that are too comprehensive to solve individually often seem insoluble, due to the immovability of a large group of people. IDLE gives an insight into two fictional 'experiments' on human subjects, Each having a 'Control Center' and a 'Incentive Center'. The Control Center shows what the human subject processes in the brain, the Incentive Center shows what the human subject experiences in the experiment.
In installation form, the two IDLE experiments both exist out of a monitor displaying the Control Center (the smaller screen), and a projector displaying the Incentive Center (the big screen). In the second experiment, a head inserted with cables is stood between the two displays, fronting towards the projector screen.