The Freud Museum

Exhibition Archive

21 December 2016 - 15 January 2017

Maria Saur

The Ethno-Psychoanalytic Approach: Exploring Social Life In Botswana, Lesotho and Malawi

Following the success of this exhibition during Black History Month in October, this interactive photographic exhibition portraying social life in Southern Africa, by Social Anthropologist & Photographer Maria Saur, returns to the Freud Museum.

Research participant Chief Kulaya in Malawi stated:
"I learned a lot by talking with you, not that you said much, but it made me reflect on the things that have happened to us – which helped me to better come to terms with them; and maybe approach some things differently in future."

Maria Saur has published & exhibited in Southern Africa in the places where her research was conducted and in Europe.

The exhibition will be complemented by two talks by Maria Saur about her ethno-psychoanalytic research on relational dynamics, on 8 and 15 January 2017 at 2pm.

This exhibition is family friendly. 

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