Luke Cornish on the recent censorship of his work and COVID racism

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Three recently censored artworks again raise questions over COVID-fuelled racism, and the flipside, social media bullying and the lack of civil conversations where needed.

Luke Cornish (aka e.l.k.) is no stranger to censorship and public backlash to his art practice.

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