truth in permanence

Preserving an object (not necessarily physical) means upholding a state. This desirable state can be viewed as a form of truth to be given permanence.

In InfoSec the integrity of information is being maintained. In the world of art we know we're dealing with the right painting but also in its proper condition. There are other forms of truth in art as well, not to be mixed up. For instance, do we trust an artist who claims to be representing some aspect of reality?

This - in a nutshell - is my ongoing essay.

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