Rethinking the slippery truth in photography

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Peeling back our hinged relationship with photography as a purveyor of truth, Isobel Parker Philip's exhibition 'Shadow catchers' is a playful rethink of the medium through a 21st century lens.

Isobel Parker Philip describes photography as ‘slippery’ and ‘mischievous’. It is not surprising as an idea, given we have long relied on photography as a record of the real while, on the flipside, have become adept at recognising its use in propaganda, poetic propositions and even faked doubles.

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