EXHIBITION: Reflect The Truth – 11/11/16
现像 REFLECT THE TRUTH
Image: Jennifer Lei Wang
Private View: 11th November 6:30 – 9:00pm
exhibition continues 11th November – 18th November
Talk & Discussion: Dr. Lucy Soutter on Tuesday 15th November 6:30 – 7:30pm
Bringing together still and moving image works from Chinese graduates from The University of Westminster’s MA Photographic Studies (Photography Arts)and some of their invited colleagues, the exhibition takes its title from the Chinese characters 写 (Reflect) and 真 (Truth) which are commonly used to represent ‘photography’.
Here, documentary tendencies collide with fiction, allegory and metaphor. The research processes underpinning such artworks provide a space to look for commonalities and divergences and to turn them into something we can point at, something we can recognize. This exhibition allows us to observe the juxtaposition and intermingling of various cultural discourses.
These thoughtful photographic projects provide an insight into the world as experienced through multiple perspectives.
The China Design Centre,
The Building Centre
26 Store Street
London WC1E 7BT
Mon – Fri: 10-6
image: Jennifer Lei Wang
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It aspires to support emerging artists and engage the public in thinking about photography.
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