True and False

Image Arts Class of 2008


True and False, an exhibition of emerging artists from Ryerson University, explores issues ranging from global conflict and the environment to personal identity. Probing our assumptions about camera images, these works offer intimations of truth, while hinting at the fissures and seams intrinsic to the photographic enterprise. Reflecting the photograph’s duality as icon and index, this collection partakes in the contemporary debate on the medium’s relationships with the real and its oscillating role within media.

Curated by Katy McCormick