Black History Month: Student voices

Alayo Akinkugbe and Samson Kambalu, 2021. Photo by Andrée Latham

We know that exploring, sharing and celebrating the impact of Black heritage and culture is vital all year round. But Black History Month is also a valuable opportunity for individuals, communities, organisations and leaders to come together to keep educating, questioning and change-making. This year, we’ve especially enjoyed hearing the voices of students who have… Continue reading Black History Month: Student voices

Creative consultancy opportunity for ages 18-25 | Play-testing the Future

Are you interested in thinking creatively about the future? Do you enjoy playing games, or telling stories? Join us as a Creative Consultant and be a part of Modern Art Oxford’s new digital project! We are inviting 8-10 creative, curious and open-minded individuals between the ages of 18-25 to join a series of online sessions… Continue reading Creative consultancy opportunity for ages 18-25 | Play-testing the Future

Horoscope by Beth Simcock

Platform Graduate Award artist Beth Simcock is a painter and writer working across large-scale narrative paintings. Her practice is devoted to mythologies, both self-created and borrowed: from classics, art history, contemporary popular culture, and the online world. For her exhibition at Modern Art Oxford, Simcock presents a series of large-scale paintings entitled The Zodiac.  The following Horoscope, written… Continue reading Horoscope by Beth Simcock

On the Value of AI-Generated Art

Platform Graduate Award artists Bevan Hill & Will Griffiths create artworks generated entirely by AI technology. Their exhibition Real Art for Real People brings together painting, sculpture and written work, conceptualised and designed by computers. By removing themselves from the ‘creative process’ they explore the importance of individual expression and agency in an increasingly automated world. This… Continue reading On the Value of AI-Generated Art

Authorship in the Age of Artificial Intelligence: An Art of Disappearance

Platform Graduate Award artists Bevan Hill & Will Griffiths create artworks generated entirely by AI technology. Their exhibition Real Art for Real People brings together painting, sculpture and written work, conceptualised and designed by computers. By removing themselves from the ‘creative process’ they explore the importance of individual expression and agency in an increasingly automated… Continue reading Authorship in the Age of Artificial Intelligence: An Art of Disappearance

Bevan Hill & Will Griffiths, Stream of Unconsciousness

Platform Graduate Award artists Bevan Hill & Will Griffiths create artworks generated entirely by AI technology. Their exhibition Real Art for Real People brings together painting, sculpture and written work, conceptualised and designed by computers. By removing themselves from the ‘creative process’ they explore the importance of individual expression and agency in an increasingly automated world. Stream… Continue reading Bevan Hill & Will Griffiths, Stream of Unconsciousness

Watch: places and faces by Fetine Sel Tuzel

“This conflict in Cyprus has had an enormous impact on my life, which is why I always find myself turning back to this historical issue.” – Fetine Sel Tuzel For the Platform Graduate Award 2021, Reading University graduate Fetine Sel Tuzel presents places and faces, a psychogeographic film exploring cities and people, from the urban centre of Reading to an… Continue reading Watch: places and faces by Fetine Sel Tuzel