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Photo courtesy of Tatara Siegel

Tatara Siegel’s work challenges our perception of truth. According to the artist, when what we learn is controlled or influenced by others around us, we lose sight of our truth and adopt a general truth. And once we establish a comfort level of general truth, we then develop facades. Siegel believes that these facades are in our everyday interaction and function – they rationalize the artificial and protect the actual. The artist then asks: “What is your truth?”

The exhibit will be on view through March 28.

Tatara Siegel’s work challenges our perception of truth. According to the artist, when what we learn is controlled or influenced by others around us, we lose sight of our truth and adopt a general truth. And once we establish a comfort level of general truth, we then develop facades. Siegel believes that these facades are in our everyday interaction and function – they rationalize the artificial and protect the actual. The artist then asks: “What is your truth?”

The exhibit will be on view through March 28.

Tatara Siegel’s work challenges our perception of truth. According to the artist, when what we learn is controlled or influenced by others around us, we lose sight of our truth and adopt a general truth. And once we establish a comfort level of general truth, we then develop facades. Siegel believes that these facades are in our everyday interaction and function – they rationalize the artificial and protect the actual. The artist then asks: “What is your truth?”

The exhibit will be on view through March 28.

WHEN

WHERE

Fort Worth Community Arts Center
1300 Gendy St.
Fort Worth, TX 76107
http://www.fwcac.com/?exhibition_detail/5757

TICKET INFO

Admission is free.
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