Black Mirror: Art as Social Satire exhibition

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Black Mirror: Art as Social Satire exhibition

Black Mirror: Art as Social Satire brings together two dozen artists, to explore how political uncertainty is currently influencing the world of contemporary art.

One of those involved is a former teenage hacker, James Howard, who uses internet scams and junk mail to create his work

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