A poem about the relationship between mental health problems and the self
What is it like to live with someone who believes themselves to be seriously ill?
I don't think university was the fundamental cause, but I do believe it acted as the trigger which made these feelings explode beyond my control.
Laura Greenway writes about how she uses art as a vehicle to overcome stigma towards discussing mental health problems.
We want it so much that we succumb to the illusion. Talking circles with a distinct sort of nausea. Flagrant on our own accord so don't believe every thought you think, fool.
I inferred some messages. Being female means gore, agony and mess. Being adult means having a frightening body that is out of my control.
Weeks ago I would will the sessions to be over, but right now I feel almost abandoned, like a small child not ready to let their mother’s hand go.
In the second of the 'Interviews with Artists' series, Blueprint's Arts Editor interviews self-taught Swedish illustrator Lou L.
Neuro-divergence, media and people of colour