Comic Battle

Mark Durden (Photographer)

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Abstract

Common Culture critically manipulate the conventions of popular forms of British culture for their art. Comic Battle interrogates the stand-up comedy routine that serves as a familiar device for the reflection upon and analysis of human relationships. Delivered as a popular form of entertainment, the comics’ observations are driven by their own social experience; informed by a sense of who they are and how they relate to a world they share with their audience. Their local views on the big issues of sexuality, race, class and politics, mark their stories as funny and potentially insightful.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 1 Jan 2008

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