ANALYTICAL SPACES: Architecture, Art and Psychoanalysis

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ANALYTICAL SPACES: Architecture, Art and Psychoanalysis

  • Sat 14 Jul 2012
  • 9:30AM

Freud Museum London

20 Maresfield GardensLondon NW3 5SX


T 020 7435 2002

Freud Museum London Day Conference

Freud’s youngest son Ernst was an architect, and Freud himself created the ‘analytic situation’ as, in essence, an architectural space. This conference brings together practitioners and theorists from architecture, art and psychoanalysis to think about the emotional experience of architecture and architectural spaces. In home, theatre, church, museum and contemporary art, architecture and mental space interact in ways that indicate the role of unconscious processes in the built environment.


Projection, Space and Architecture
Mark Cousins (cultural critic and architectural theorist)

Dramatic Architecture: The design of Hampstead and Royal Shakespeare Theatres
Rab Bennetts  (architect)

Mediating Mind Space: Alvar Aalto and an ‘other’ way of making architecture
Sarah Menin  (architect and architectural theorist)

In Space Between: Photography, Memory and Construction
Yamini Nayar  (artist)

The Homes of Childhood: Spaces of Love, Dread, and Play
Salman Akhtar  (psychoanalyst)


Full price £60 / Students and Concs £45
(£5 discount for Friends of the Freud Museum)

For further information, online registration please click here