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Ctrl.Alt.Shift Unmasks Corruption



This exhibition takes a retrospective look at how comics have been employed throughout history to debate and highlight political issues and will include content from previously unseen archives as well as highlights from the Ctrl.Alt.Shift Unmasks Corruption comic.

The exhibition will also feature a collaborative piece of work by acclaimed musician and writer Dev Hynes aka Lightspeed Champion and the winner of the Ctrl.Alt.Shift Unmasks Corruption Competition. Shortlisted entrants will be given Lightspeed Champion’s comic script as inspiration and asked to create a visual adaptation of the story to be included in the exhibition and the comic book. More…

Where: Lazarides Gallery, Soho, London
When: November 6 to November 30, 2009

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