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Editorial Reviews. Review. "This lucidly written account of seminal concepts from Bion, Stern Mirroring and Attunement: Self-Realization in Psychoanalysis and Art - Kindle edition by Kenneth Wright. Download it once and read it on your.
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He suggests that the need for subjective reflection persists throughout the life cycle and that psychoanalysis, artistic creation and religion can be seen as cultural attempts to provide the self with resonant containment. They thus provide renewed opportunities for holding and emotional growth.
Mirroring and Attunement will provide essential reading for psychoanalysts, psychotherapists, and art therapists and be of interest to anyone working at the interface between psychoanalysis, art and religion. Kenneth Wright is a psychoanalyst in private practice in Suffolk and a Patron of the Squiggle Foundation.
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A well known commentator on Winnicott, he lectures nationally and internationally and has published papers on psychoanalysis, the creative arts and religion. Mahler Literature Prize Kenneth Wright. Chapter 1 On being in touch. Chapter 2 The poetics of interpretation.
Chapter 3 Deep calling unto deep. Inside the frame lies an internal world, a subjectively based organisation of the self. In both cases the resulting creation needs to survive the destructive act.
The main difference being that the analyst exists before the analytic relationship whereas the artwork needs the artist to come into being. While I am perhaps less concerned with the relationship between analyst and analysand in this context I am interested in this notion of a dialogue between inner state and outer world.
Like other artists I have found that my Decollages have become material objects as I worked on the medium of the glued papers overtime. When I start the process I usually have one or two clearly identifiable images that are the top of the layered stacks. At this point I have little sense of what will emerge although as I have done more of them I have gained more sense of how the different coloured layers might interact.
It is only with the first few tears that I start to get a sense of where the new piece might go. I make choices about whether I am going to pull large pieces away or long narrow strips, some of which is dependent on how the glue is behaving. As I create each piece my inner thoughts about the degradation and change inherent in death are present in each rip and tear. The importance of the material object, the Decollage, is however pushed further as it is uploaded into the digital environment.
An environment,which can take the image way beyond the safe space in which it is created. I think that is part of the importance of acknowledging the impact of potentially destructive forces. At this point both in life and then in death I have limited capacity to manage how my digital traces are distributed and potentially distorted. In this instance I have taken on the process of destroying my original albeit reproducible works to begin with to create something new, but like memes they may go on to other digital existences.
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The hands of the living god: An account of a psycho-analytic treatment : Routledge. Stern, D. The interpersonal world of the infant: A view from psychoanalysis and developmental psychology : Karnac Books. Townsend, P. Creativity and destructiveness in art and psychoanalysis. British Journal of Psychotherapy, 31 1 , Winnicott, D. Essential papers on object relations , Wright, K. Mirroring and attunement: Self-realization in psychoanalysis and art : Routledge. Produce a series of related images that use a readily available online archive or archives as their starting point.
Make a small book for this project, to be viewable online. Think about a theme for your book, which should contain a minimum of 12 double pages and can contain text if you wish. Provide a few double-page spreads as still images as part of your learning log. As discussed in my learning log I decided to use my experience of living in Australia as a child and the various archives of the Child Migrant Scheme CMS as my starting point for this assignment.
I was appalled that such a tragedy could be allowed to happen, apparently endorsed by the governments and institutions of both the UK and Australia. As I did my research I was also struck by the lifelong impact of the CMS and the fact that it was only as recently as that the UK government officially apologised.
I former Prime Minister Gordon Brown gave testimony to the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse, calling for those surviving child migrants to be compensated for the abuse they experienced.
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They were all wrong, they let it go on. I was slightly nervous about tackling this theme as I was concerned it should not been seen as exploitative or disrespectful. I wanted to explore the topic sensitively so rather than focus on the individual child migrant stories I was thinking about trying to convey the emotions it evoked in me. I decided my research question was along the lines of:. Initially, I thought I would pair my family album images with the flora and fauna of Australia.
I thought perhaps this would contrast a world of playfulness and adventure with the strangeness of the environment. I bought some historic Australian flowers cigarette cards, a book on Australian flora, and collected some images from Pixabay.
When I created a few pairings I felt these were too benign and started to look more like an enticing travel guide than evoking emotions. Flora 1 Flora 2 Flora 3. I wanted to stay with the flora as symbolic of difference and decided they needed to be a bit darker and more abstract so I did some experiments in Photoshop in creating a warped effect.
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I was really pleased with what this produced and decided this was the approach I would work with. The left hand images are example of the base photographs I used and the right hand images show them after the manipulation process. In reading through and watching many of the testimonies, several books Hill, ; Humphreys, ; Morpurgo, and watching the DVD again, I was really noticed how little mention is made of the children having any possessions of their own.
This felt important in terms of identity formation and I was reminded of British Object Relations theory Ainsworth, ; Fairbairn, and the notion of the transitional object D. Winnicott, ; D. Winnicott, in particular. This theory highlights the importance of an object as part of identity development and the beginnings of separation from the primary care-giver; such objects ordinarily take the form of a blanket, teddy bear or soft toy.