Moheeni Paul examines the ancient art of henna as a mindfulness tool
Asexual people who aren’t covered under the letters L, G, B, or T can feel lost in space
There still isn’t a proper way of quantifying mental illness effectively: it is too personal, too complex, and too stigmatic a subject.
Our government is not doing enough to support young people's mental health.
"The university is failing its students, at a time in their lives when they need support the most."
Blueprint Arts Editor talks to Jemima about the motivations for and influences on her art-making practice, some of her favourite pieces of art, and the relation between arts and mental health.
The art exhibition took place in Copeland Gallery (South London) from the 15th to the 17th of December 2017.
Alice Attlee is deeply interested in the healing power of landscape upon the mind, and the ways in which particular places and objects carry and create memory traces. In this piece, she explores how found objects effect and represent memory and emotion.