Edozié is part of a new generation of entrepreneurs ushering in a second epoch of digitalisation – the part where the virtual stands alongside the real. Welcome to the world of NFTs.
“The consumption of art, post pandemic, will be a very revealing phenomenon: will it be to teach us lessons? Or will it fill the void of processing trauma for a grief stricken population?”
Cormac Malone explores how the art of the coronavirus pandemic might look, and why, unlike Spanish Flu, Covid-19 will remain in the cultural mainstream.
Illustration by Rosa Bonnin.
The Blueprint is The Oxford Blue’s brand-new arts publication. Following in the footsteps of Creativity in Crisis, it showcases creative work in a range of artistic media, providing a space to share thoughts, stories and personal experiences. Issue No. 4—Multicultural Identity I am a citizen of the world. Sylvia Beach In today’s age of globalisation, Read More…
Khadijah Ali, a student photographer, explores how her work has changed over the past year.
Hayley Daffern recommends six films to inspire us while galleries remain closed.
Loveday Pride, a first-year fine art student, on the necessity having an online presence as an artist in 2021.
Antonia Jameson reviews the Tate Liverpool’s complex ‘Whose Tradition?’ an exhibition which still needs to clarify the questions it is asking.
The third edition of the arts and writing publication ‘The Blueprint’.
Marnie Shutter on the the experience of an in-person gallery, during the pandemic.
The second issue of The Blueprint, The Oxford Blue’s brand-new art, music and creative writing publication.