'Communication' and 'Imago' projects were exbited in a group show called 'Mirrors of Believing' in London.
If belief is a necessary part of our motivation to act, then belief lies in each stage of an image's life, from its production to its consumption. Insofar as a photograph is a record of others' acts or their traces, a thread of belief links the photographer's subject, the photographer and the viewer of the image. Since nothing obliges these participants to share any particular belief, the web of potential constructions around the simple act of viewing an image seems limitless. In the current show, twelve photographers examine aspects of belief, from our collective belief in the truth of photographs to the ways in which images reflect the beliefs of their subjects and practitioners. http://www.chapelgallery.org/exhibitions