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Topic - Miranda Lash
That's only one way the exhibit raises questions about value, Lash said.
"What is real? What does it mean when images and objects cannot be relied upon to tell the truth?" said Miranda Lash, NOMA's curator of modern and contemporary art. "I think it's a question all the more relevant now, in the age of Photoshop and digital manipulation, of a world where images can be misleading. ... I think artists are very aware of that conundrum. They play with that."