• Ryan Calleja Urry

Want To Visit An Online Art Exhibition? This Local University Group's Website Is Now Live 😍

Ctrl Z are pioneering a brand new concept of a 'digital exhibition' in their faculty, you might want to give their projects a look - who knows what inspiration you'll find 😉

Who Are Ctrl Z?

Ctrl-Z are made up of 35 students in their final year at UOM, studying for Digital Arts. They're a group of emerging artists with strong voices, who are now thriving as a collective.

This year, they've curated a digital exhibition featuring various projects.

The name Ctrl Z refers to the keyboard shortcut for ‘undo’. They realised that although they love to create, this keystroke was the one they used most.

That's because designers learn through trial and error, a lot of our best ideas are developed through an accidental discovery - a mistake that's then transformed and taken advantage of.

What's The Exhibition All About? 😁

Ctrl Z specialise in a variety of traditional and digital forms of visual expression.

Their projects are extremely diverse, spanning multiple different media types - these include illustration, 3D animation, 2D animation, graphic design, videography, photography, as well as VR (virtual reality) and AR (augmented reality).

The final works discuss a multitude of topics, some are deeply personal, others tackle

social issues, and some are purely passion projects.

Visit the official exhibition here 👉 https://ctrlz.website

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