In the panoramic video installation ‘Decidophobia’, the viewer is invited to enter a world of boundless choice. Stepping inside a darkened rotunda, the spectator is surrounded by a perfect labyrinth. While watching the circular projection screen no orientation seems feasible, paths appear and disappear again, vanish completely and new alternatives open up. A Babel-like chatter from all directions in eight different languages enhances the confusion. The soundtrack underlines the visual experience: passers-by express their confusion emitting questions like, where they actually happen to be, where they should go and where they came along. For the audience focusing on one particular voice can be, even in a familiar language, strenuous, which generates the feeling of a missed conversation, a missed opportunity.