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Video Still from: A.McCall, C.Pajaczkowska, A.Tyndall and J.Weinstock, Sigmund Freud's Dora: A case of mistaken identity, 1979. Image courtesy of Claire Pajaczkowska.

Video Still from: A.McCall, C.Pajaczkowska, A.Tyndall and J.Weinstock, Sigmund Freud's Dora: A case of mistaken identity, 1979.

Events - Talks

Alfred & Dora

with Claire Pajaczkowska

27 Sep 2012

7pm

Free

The Space

Including a screening of Sigmund Freud's Dora: A case of mistaken identity.
1979, 40mins, cert PG.

With Anthony McCall, Andrew Tyndall, Jane Weinstock and Ivan Ward, Pajaczkowska was responsible for an iconic film made in 1979 New York - Sigmund Freud's Dora. The film explores Freud’s account of his first case study (the failed analysis of an 18-year-old woman), the marginal position of women in language and the representation of female sexuality in advertising and pornography. As a prelude to a screening of this celebrated film, Claire Pajaczkowska analyses Alfred Kubin’s troubling representation of female sexuality, in drawings which anticipate Freud’s identification of unconscious drives.

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