Join us for a screen of two films created by artist and filmmaker Clement Page, inspired by Sigmund Freud’s work. Followed by a discussion between the artist and art historian, art agent and former psychoanalyst Vicky Caplin.
Light That Obscures (20 minutes), explores the intimate world of Isabella, a young female artist, living in Berlin, who develops an extreme fear of light, or (photo-phobia). The film focuses on the optical disturbances and fantasies which accompany her fear.
Hold Your Breath (20 minutes), is based on Sigmund Freud’s case history ‘The Wolf-Man: From the History of an Infantile Neurosis’. The ‘Wolf-Man’ is the story of Sergei Pankejeff, an enigmatic Russian boy who, aged five, suffers from a phobia of animals.
|Duration||17 November 2015 - 17 November 2015|
|Times||7pm - doors open at 6.30pm|
|Cost||£10/£7 concessions/Members of the Freud Museum|
|Venue||Freud Museum London|
|Address||20 Maresfield gardens London NW3 5SX, ,|
|Contact||020 7435 2002 / email@example.com / www.freud.org.uk|