Ctrl.Alt.Shift's unique exhibition of political comic book artwork is coming to Bristol for one week only! Opening night on 27th Feburary will feature music from Bristol's own roots, reggae and dubstep sensations, Dub Revolution and Dj Kaleb of Bristol Reggae Society.
Ctrl.Alt.Shift Unmasks Corruption was launched in London's Lazarides Gallery back in November, and now its heading to Bristol for a stint in The Emporium, one of the most unique galleries in the cultural quarter.
The exhibition will take a retrospective look at how comics have been employed throughout history to debate and highlight political issues and includes origional work from leading comic artists, satirists and creative figures from around the world. It's here for one week only and is an essential visit.
Also availble will be the issue 4 of Ctrl.Alt.Shift's epic and thought provoking magazine, the Corruption issue, as well as a comic book anthology of the pieces and stories.
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