Interpretation Project a participatory project

Truth
Truth by Lauren

Life is an endless cycle that we are all a part of.

Truth by Brady Denger

My friend Kristin playing her music in Sunergo’s Coffee Shop.  When people write songs they usually bare their souls.  The truth is sung, even if it’s just what’s true for them in their lives.

Truth by Katelynn R.

Realizing at my brother’s 13th birthday that although he’s messy, I can at least appreciate the messes he makes. They are his and no one can take that from him.

Truth by Bill Santen

Street Scene Cynthiana, Kentucky What goes on in the Early Evening. 35 mm BW film

Truth by Heather Freeman

Truth – Or maybe confusion of Truth. My best friend killed herself after battling mental illness for the previous seven years. I have to hope she found peace, finally, but I know very little about her last days and the truth of her death and the last months of her life may always be shrouded.

Truth by Clint

When desire is silenced and the will comes to rest, the world as idea becomes manifest. In this aspect the world is beautiful and removed from the struggle for existence. – From the i ching

Truth by Chris

This photo represents truth as the sun will always rise and set and the beauty of it is to be reminded of truth.

Truth by Emily Vollbrecht

Matt broke his nose pretty early in our relationship (he was warming up for baseball, and he caught a ball with his nose). He let himself be vulnerable and let me take care of him, and him being vulnerable was the most truthful thing he could have done.

Truth by Shawn Saylor

Because it’s…well, the writing’s on the wall. there’s no expression more honest than that that i can think of.

Truth by Sarah Miller

“Sarah Jane as Mary” is full of truth because of the undeniable reference to the Virgin Mary that is implied by Sarah Jane’s downcast gaze and light-halo. It rings truer for me as one who knows her because Sarah Jane is obsessed with the Virgin Mary.

Truth by Sarah Miller

What’s more true than going to the bathroom? “tp”

Truth by Nani Anderson

I asked a female model how she felt about her female sexuality and she expressed her strife about constant pep smear exams, birth issues, and overall worry about diseases these days and concluded that her sex organs are under constant surveillance. Despite women’s internal organs, in contrast to men’s externals, women are more often pried [...]

Truth by Nani Anderson

I am expressing how I interpret the graffiti art as a reflection of the Urban people’s own identity. The strong colors, bold letters, location and scale of this type of art reflects the people’s desire to make others aware of their self expression as a powerless group of society. It’s a way for groups to [...]

Truth by Nani Anderson

I am expressing how I interpret the graffiti art as a reflection of the Urban people’s own identity. The strong colors, bold letters, location and scale of this type of art reflects the people’s desire to make others aware of their self expression as a powerless group of society. It’s a way for groups to [...]

Truth by Leslie Doyle

Well, I figured you are going to die whether you want to or not. It’s something we cannot escape. It’s the truest thing I could think of.

Truth by Chad Steier

The truth is the dog looking like she’s about to say,”what the heck? what are you doing? where am I? where am I going?” the truth is we say this thing in life a lot of times.

Truth by Adrian Columbia

This is a photo from a pit fire done by the ceramics department at NKU Friday night (10/9/08). I chose this image because regarding truth, fire is one of the most primitive yet essential elements for life. It represents cleansing, destruction, life, death, sexuality, warmth, and in this case, the creation of artwork for both [...]