Born in Toronto, raised everywhere from the USA, Trinidad, and Canada, Tiffini Truth straddles the boundaries between timeless and transgressive art as a metal artist, writer, musician, and host of the “People Suck” Podcast. At first, art offered an escape from her childhood trauma and sexual abuse, but it became something else entirely into adulthood — a tool to reclaim the power she had lost. Tiffini embarked on a journey to take back her power and her body first by becoming a model in 2006 and was published in many places including Inked, Hot Rod, & Metal Hammer magazine also, working with independent fashion designers. Post modeling career she transformed her artistic expression into something powerful as she used metal and power tools to enact death-defying stunt work with music and toured internationally as a one-woman show. However, after the threat of stunt work performance injuries became a reality, she used her voice and metal to encompass her fine arts background and transform what metal art looks like. From stints in Vancouver to LA, from Tijuana to now living in Montreal, Tiffini’s art is a commentary on creating art out of destruction, and ultimately brings darkness (and how we are desensitized to it) to light.
Tiffini Truth is currently working on her first major metal art exhibition in Montreal. There is a series of ditial metal art prints which debuted in 2020. The upcoming metal art exhibtion will be the follow up to that collection using large scale pieces of naturally aged metal as a canvases to convey thought and emotion in physical spaces.