The installation is about Danish expectations and attitudes towards science and new technology. It is developed on the basis of studies of the public debate about biotechnology in Denmark and demonstrates different arguments and attitudes in space, text and visual images. In this way, it displays an argumentative landscape at the same time as it invites visitors to participate actively in the debate. The installation is changing its appearance as visitors participate. In this way it illustrates how the landscape of public debate is constantly shaped when citizens participate. The installation, therefore, solicits reflection and opinion formation within the individual, at the same time as it makes this process visible as something which takes place in a social setting.Specifically, the installation takes its point of departure in four different discourses – or types of argumentation. Some of them are generally positive towards the beneficial contribution of science to society, whereas others are negative (read more in Horst: Controversy and Collectivity). The exterior of the installation represents these different types of argumentation visually and with sets of statements. In the interactive inside of the installation these four types are brought into play. The four sets of building blocks are inspired by the four discourses and a number of the arguments and questions asked can also be connected to them. But there is no fixed or straightforward connection between answers to questions, building blocks and arguments. For instance, some of the building blocks can be connected in a way that mixes the four forms, just as it is not possible to refer all the answers to questions back to the four discourses. Within certain frames the visitors are therefore free to associate different elements as they wish. This illustrates how we as citizens on the one hand are free to form our own opinion, but on the other hand always do this in a social context which defines some boundaries for what it is possible to say in a meaningful way.