To Be Honest Part 1 We want to be honest But we fail to do so. We live in a world full of realities and truths A world that failed to be truthful, A post truth reality controlled by fake facts. We speculate fake history. Fake history, a hypothesis we depend on to find truth. We want to be honest. But we fail to do so… 

To Be Honest is an experiential seven-day festival, questioning notions of Truth in a world lacking transparency and authenticity. Through a series of artistic collaborations, the festival presents itself as a commentary on the manufactured truth experienced daily. For a week , permanent exhibitions, choreographic performances and discussions are featured to create a dialogue between the diverse identities inhabiting London. The festival is a platform created by a young artists’ collective, positioning themselves as outsiders of their own realities. Endlessly over-layered relationships of “insider-outsider” reveal hidden truths. While trying to understand the reality, self-realisation ends in a struggle. Where is the truth among the daily dosage of alternative facts and virtual realities? “Real” is a strata of unconfirmed validity influencing the habits, rituals, beliefs and truths.