Treading the tightrope between art and lies, Griffith Review 79: Counterfeit Culture lifts the curtain on fakes, frauds and forgeries.
Edited by Dr Carody Culver, this edition questions how we discern what’s real and what’s not in a time of influencers and identity scams, counterfeits and cosmetic surgeries, disinformation, fake news and threats to democracy.
Is everything as it seems? And does it matter? Or should we all sit back, relax and embrace the ecstasy of the unreal?
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