THE MORE THE BETTER (TWO TRUTHS AND A LIE) is a multimedia installation exploring the relationship between foreign languages, mother tongues and trustworthiness. In the age of disinformation, distributing credible information is an increasingly complex challenge, but what exactly makes individuals ‘deem’ an information source trustworthy? Recent research has shown that individuals are statistically more likely to trust information when it’s provided in their native language. Combining experimental documentary, video art, spatial audio, and assemblage, the 100-channel and 100-language installation uses the children’s game of ‘two truths and a lie’ to blend truth and fiction beyond the point of discernibility. By immersing spectators in the fractured and uneven linguistic demography of the internet, the hegemonic power of dominant languages like English are revealed as they are simultaneously drowned out by the polyphonic chorus of humanity’s overwhelming linguistic diversity.