Being “true” can be depicted as reality, the
opposite of false and authentic. It is the definition of what is genuine. Life can play tricks, and truth can sometimes be lost or
misinterpreted. This exhibition will focus on creatives exploring what is “true
self” and “true form”. Certain obstacles and uncertainties can jeopardise our
perception and identity, however, understanding our truth and identity initiates
This exhibition invites artists from the U.K to
celebrate their practice by investigating the subject matter of “true”. Each
artist represents their “true” form and self through different applications and
mediums to portray how they perceive to be “true”. The true self can be seen as psychological essentialism; humans have an essence that is
important to their own identity. However, is fitting into a category to feel
comfortable with their truth the only way to be one’s true self?
This exhibition is not about answering the questions
but to identify one’s true form is a way to progress in one’s journey through
life. Being your true self is non-conceptual; it already existed before
anything else. Being able to discover the existence of your truth will allow
you to be your true self.
True is seen as something right, correct, and real.
However, there’s no clear way how one can see what is true to them but the
underlying acceptance within and self-discovery. This exhibition welcomes these
artists to share their interpretations of what is “true” through personal and
third-person perspectives with tools that are artificial and natural.