If you haven't heard about the Ctrl.Alt.Shift + VICE collaboration, we basically ran a photography competition based on gender, poverty and power. Over 1,000 entries were submitted and the mentors - Andy Capper, Alex Sturrock, Valerie Philips, Alexa Chung and Ben Rayner chose their favourites. These 16 entries where then submitted to legendary photographer Nan Goldin to chose the grand finalist. These entries are now on display, along with a fantastic collection of work completed by winner Jonathan, who packed his bags and headed to document life at SANLAAP, a project in India which works for the rights of women and children who have been tricked, exploited and abused by society and its systems.
The exhibition is now running at The Association of Photographers, 81 Leonard Street, London EC2A 4QS from 19th February to 1st March.
You can also see some of our favourite shots in issue 3 of Ctrl.Alt.Shift, which is out now.
Keep checking ctrlaltshift.co.uk/vice for updates and see the winning entries
Just to give you something nice to look at, here are some hi-tech screen shots of my faves.