Blueprint 2017–20 is partially about Brexit: about nationalism and xenophobia and how they play out visually on a local and global stage. It is also about contemporary image culture, the TV and internet, and the way media images are used—both consciously and unconsciously—to persuade, provoke and influence us
Blueprint 2017–20 explores how the mass media has influenced political debates and democratic processes during the process of Brexit.
At night, Behrendt surfed the internet, making screengrabs from pro- and anti-Brexit videos on mainstream media, YouTube and social media sites. He immersed himself in official political messaging, amateur propaganda and personal video posts, giving equal attention to both sides of the debate.