By Charlie Dawson
Telling the truth is a lesson that is drummed into us from the earliest age. It seems simple, categorical and non-arguable. Yet it is only in hindsight that the practice of truth is straightforward. As the experience of the three speakers at the Foundation Forum of the 24th June shows, on the contrary truth is nuanced, complicated, and sometimes ambiguous. As a living thing, changing according to the light and vantage point, it is also high-maintenance – FRAGILE, DO NOT BEND, HANDLE WITH CARE.