Angelo 7k9a4911

Photography & Psychoanalysis: Unconscious in the Urban Space

Angelo 7k9a4911

Event details

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01-06-2019

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4:30 am - 10:00 am EDT

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Stillpoint Spaces Berlin
Hobrechtstrasse 66, Vorderhaus EG
Berlin, 12047

Is the psyche inside of us, or are we inside of the psyche? Photography can help us answer this question, making us move along into the urban space with a chain of signifiers, just like we move along through this chain during a psychoanalysis. Is it a coincidence that these two inventions, photography and psychoanalysis, date back to the same period? Perhaps they have more in common than we think!

This very possibility of a shared beginning is the motivation behind this first workshop.

We will start exploring part of this connection between the two disciplines, and focus our conceptual gaze onto the physical reality by seeking out links between theory and experience. The workshop proposes a practice of finding ties, metaphorical or otherwise, between the two, by specifically looking for traces of the Lacanian concept of “lamella” in the streets of our city.

Participants are kindly asked to bring their own camera, not necessarily a professional one. No background in photography or psychology is required.

For more information please contact us via berlin@stillpointspaces.com.


Aghi is a visual artist who explores the relationship between photography, poetry, and psychology. The main theme of his work is the concept of space, intended both as urban landscape and as inner landscape, exploring a vision where the outward is always a metaphor of the self. He likes to consider his photography as a journey into depth psychology that lies outside of man, taking place through the classic situationist “derive”.

His main working tool is the classical street photography.

Aghi graduated from the Italian Institute of Photography, his publications have appeared in several international magazines, and has had two solo shows in Milan and in Rome.

More of Aghi on www.aghi.es. For more information about the workshop, please, contact us via berlin@stillpointspaces.com.



Location:
The entrance to The Lab of Stillpoint Spaces Berlin is directly from the street Hobrechtstraße 66. We kindly ask you to arrive at least 15 minutes before the official beginning of the workshop.

Disclaimer:
The views, opinions, and ethical values expressed by presenters, participants or any other individual in relation to this workshop are not those of Stillpoint Spaces Berlin. We intend to provide a space for an open dialogue between experts in the fields of psychology, psychoanalysis, and border disciplines, and the public. All employees of Stillpoint Spaces are bound by the ethical codes of their respective professions.

Cover photo:
Aghi
www.aghi.es

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Card-Only tickets available at the door subject to €1 fee. 

Discounted price is suitable for students, unemployed, and/or recipients of social benefits.