We all seek transparency in understanding the pieces of our lives. Whether with our bosses and coworkers or with our family and friends, transparency is often prized above all else as a virtue in relationships, even an essential ingredient for success. We search for transparent and clear relationships between ourselves and the world around us in order to find meaning in our lives as well-adjusted people. It is transparency that allows you to shine a light on your life and to see it clearly for what it is, yet it is also transparency that fools the eye into looking past what you expected to see so clearly.
Tiphanie Raffegeau, Licensee
Alex Touchton, Curator
Sarah Winter, Executive Director