Globologos is an oasis for free-roaming ideas, a gathering place
where participants are invited to join a collective effort to build “durable
creativity” that goes beyond the discourse of consumerism.
We live in an age of rapid growth for thinkers and philosophers.
As ideas are pushed beyond their natural sphere, there is
a need to rediscover their primary essence, and this innovative
project transforms ideas back into fertile creative sparks.
Globologos sets out to be a unifying force that brings together
theories about the deeper meaning of life.
As a tribute to the work of Jacques Languirand, this Web
space features a range of concepts which were inspired by the
philosopher’s 35 years of archives and documents, adapted by
Jean-François Alain. The concepts are presented in the site to
provoke debate. Moreover, since human interaction is integral
to inspiration, the project will head to different events, such as
Earth Day, where visitors will be ushered into an anti-boredom
shelter – a veritable biosphere for cultivating curiosity.
In these polarizing locations where expression is not bound
by images or verbs, the elastic potential of the Internet will
jump-start visitors’ imaginations. Aboard Jacques’ cosmic universe,
visitors will travel through a virtual space and discover a
landscape populated by 20 philosophical spheres. And this is
merely the dawn of a forgott en consciousness…