London Book Launch: Architecture and the Unconscious

Room G01 Central House, Upper Woburn Place, The Bartlett, UCL

December 09 2016

An evening of discussion, 5-8:00pm, exploring the discourses between Architecture and Psychoanalysis, chaired by Lorens Holm (Dundee) and Jane Rendell (UCL) including contributors to the book and our guests:

David Bell, Past President British Psychoanalytic Society; and Consultant Psychiatrist  The Tavistock Clinic.

Lesley Caldwell, Psychoanalyst BPA, and Honorary Professor UCL Psychoanalysis Unit

Patrick Lynch, Lynch Architects London, and University of Liverpool

Architecture and the Unconscious (Routledge 2016) is a collection of essays by architects and theorists of architecture, edited by John Hendrix and Lorens Holm, which draw on the concept of the unconscious as it is elaborated in psychoanalysis and philosophy, in order to deepen and expand the role of architecture in the lives of its subjects.

The contributors to Architecture and the Unconscious are: Andrew Ballantyne, Kati Blom, Hugh Campbell, Emma Cheatle, Gordana Fontana-Giusti, John Hendrix, Lorens Holm, Stephen Kite, Christina Malathouni, Tim Martin, Francesco Proto, Jane Rendell, Nikos Sideris, Alla Vronskaya.

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