What I know to be true, and other encounters
16.12.2021 - 29.1.2022
Photography encapsulates moments of personal, intimate, and critical encounters – an articulation that can often either affirm or challenge what we know, and what we hold to be true. As a medium that inherently engages with truthfulness, photography inspires critical encounters with the world around us, and can provide a sense of grounding in disorienting times.
What I know to be true, and other encounters explores the ways in which image-making enables us to interpret the complexities of our experiences and navigate the core beliefs that determine how we perceive the world.
Presenting new work from Aaron Turner, Jhen-Ying Lin, Athena Torri, and (Nur) Aishah Kenton, this exhibition highlights the enduring quality of the photographic image to challenge narratives, embody multiplicities, and reveal complex, idiosyncratic observations.
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