If we are caught lying, it is the suddenly being singled-out that proves most unsettling. We are temporarily relieved of our ability to define our own public image. It's turned over to a judge or jury, and it forces us to become momentarily subservient to others.
But that term - momentarily - perhaps carries the most weight. There's a pace to our lives in the digital era that prevents events from surviving for any great length of time. As long as we're able to navigate the bumpiness of an initial accusation, we can take comfort in the fact that another liar will soon replace us in the public eye, that we'll likely avoid any real atonement.

About The Gallery

JONATHAN FERRARA GALLERY is a collective environment of creative visions featuring monthly exhibitions of (inter)national, emerging to established, contemporary artists.
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