Nathanael Price, academic and art historian, discusses Vasari's account of Michelangelo's famous Moses in relation to Freudian interpretation.
Shell Shock, Emotional Resilience and the Cultural Memory of the First World War: A Literary Perspective
This talk is part of a series of events accompanying the exhibition 'Why War', 6 August - 19 October 2014.
Paul Verhaeghe in conversation with Lisa Appignanesi
Five distinguished poets explore themes of memory and memorialisation in their work through talks, readings and conversations with psychoanalysts and psychotherapists. The day will be introduced with a paper by consultant psychiatrist and writer, Stephen Wilson.
Adam Phillips in conversation with Lisa Appignanesi
Di Massimo and Salecl analyse recent projects of Di Massimo's art practice such as ‘The Lustful Turk’ (2012/13), ‘Me Mum Mister Mad’ (2014) and his recent show at Rowing
A conference in association with the False Memory Archive Speakers Professor Christopher French, Professor Dany Nobus, Dr. Fiona Gabbert, Professor Martin Conway and artist Sharon Kivland respond to Alasdair Hopwood’s False Memory Archive exhibition by reflecting on the nature of autobiographical memory. The conference will also ask how recent research has taken account of Freud’s […]
Paul Coldwell (University of the Arts London) discusses his work exploring the relations between art, the archive, the uncanny and the museum. With Carol Seigel, Director of the Freud Museum.
Lisa Appignanesi in Conversation with Dany Nobus
In her recent book Psychoanalysis and the Legacy of the Third Reich Emily Kuriloff explores the myriad ways in which theory and praxis – and thus the course of psychoanalysis – has been and continues to be influenced by this history. In tonight’s talk she will focus particularly on the British experience before and after the Second World War.