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Freud/Lynch: Behind the Curtain

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In this talk I would like to take a look at some of the remarkable parallels between David Lynch’s masterpiece and Lacanian psychoanalysis.

The material on this site may not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, cached or otherwise used, except with the prior written permission of Condé Nast. this collection raises several important questions, pertinent both to psychoanalysis and an appreciation of Lynch. Defining a cultural moment with some notes from Freud and Lacan Carol Owens CHAPTER 3 Dream logic in Mulholland Drive Olga Cox Cameron CHAPTER 4 Lost angels in Los Angeles: Lynchian psychogenic fugues Mary Wild CHAPTER 5 "It's a strange world, isn't it?

With contributions from Olga Cox Cameron, Tamara Dellutri, Allister Mactaggart, Stefan Marianski, Richard Martin, Todd McGowan, Carol Owens, Chris Rodley, Jamie Ruers, Andrea Sabbadini, and Mary Wild. We'd also like to use analytics cookies so we can understand how you use our site and to make improvements. Rather than presuming to fill in what Lynch leaves open by positing some forbidden psychosexual reality lurking behind his trademark red curtains, this book instead maintains a fidelity to the mysteries of his wonderful and strange filmic worlds, finding in them productive spaces where thought and imagination can be set to work. He has organised a number of events and conferences on psychoanalytic themes, and has written and lectured on dreams, sexuality, anthropology, surrealism, and masculinity. In this special LiS event, Olga Cox Cameron will be presenting her contribution to a new collection of essays, Freud/Lynch: Behind the Curtain.

We don’t share your credit card details with third-party sellers, and we don’t sell your information to others.Terms of Use: Only personal use is permitted without the written agreement of New Exhibitions of Contemporary Art Ltd. STEFAN MARIANSKI is Education Manager at the Freud Museum London, where he works to engage young people with psychoanalytic thought. This conference invites psychoanalysts, scholars and cinephiles to reflect on these Lynchian enigmas. Lynch’s unwillingness – or inability – to openly discuss the meaning of his work has enticed and frustrated audiences and critical establishments alike since the emergence of ‘Eraserhead’ in 1977. When you rent one of our On Demand events, you will be able to watch it right away and stream the video anytime during the specified rental period.

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