The book Rorschach Audio: Art & Illusion for Sound, by author and installation artist Joe Banks, takes as its central metaphor the comparison between the perception of ambiguous speech-sounds, and the “projective” interpretation of the famous ink-blot tests devised by the Freudian psychoanalyst Hermann Rorschach in 1921.
This talk will look at Freud's 'discovery' of the unconscious, and at his conceptualisation of it
This conference brings together musicologists, psychoanalysts and performers to think about the emotional impact of musical composition and performance.
Have you ever had the sudden fear that you didn’t lock the back door? Or the disturbing thought of jumping in front of an oncoming train?
Civilization and its Discontents: A Marathon Reading
Is it important for psychotherapy to be 'critical' and socially engaged?
What models of 'mental illness' and 'mental health' are appropriate for psychotherapy in the 21st century?
Have mental health services and the 'mental health agenda' become part of the ideological mechanisms of neo-liberal society?
Acclaimed author, Iain Sinclair joins us to discuss his latest book London Overground - a living history of London told through a long day's hike around the London Overground route, by Britain's master psychogeographer
An evening marking the publication of a new edition of Shulamith Firestone’s groundbreaking work 'The Dialectic of Sex', (Verso, April 2015).
Part of an exciting and imaginative season of talks and events accompanying the exhibition 'Freud and Eros: Love, Lust and Longing' 22 October 2014 - 22 February 2015.
A Staged Reading of Selected Letters between Sigmund Freud and Carl Jung - followed by a panel discussion