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PARALLELAKTIONEN. Freud und die Literaten des Jungen Wien

23.03.2018 - 31.12.2018

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Veranstalter: Ludwig Boltzmann Institut für Geschichte und Theorie der Biographie
Veranstaltungsort: Sigmund Freud Museum
Berggasse 19
1090 Wien
Österreich
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Das Sigmund Freud Museum erforscht in einer Sonderausstellung die Beziehung zwischen Sigmund Freud und zentralen Schriftstellern seiner Zeit: PARALLELAKTIONEN. Freud und die Literaten des Jungen Wien legt die Spuren frei, die die Psychoanalyse im Werk von Arthur Schnitzler, Karl Kraus, Hugo von Hofmannsthal und Felix Salten hinterlassen hat.

Die Beziehungen zwischen Psychoanalyse und Literatur im Wien der Jahrhundertwende können als eine Art „Parallelaktion“ gefasst werden: Obwohl der Nervenarzt Sigmund Freud und die „Nervenkünstler“ des Jungen Wien mit ihren Erkundungen der menschlichen Seele ähnliche Ziele verfolgten, sind offizielle Allianzen kaum belegt und persönliche Beziehungen eher die Ausnahme. Freuds Theorie inspirierte die Literaten jedoch maßgeblich, wie die Ausstellung anhand von ausgewählten Schriften, Werken und Briefen nachzeichnet.

Aus der Distanz verfolgte auch Freud aufmerksam das Schaffen seiner Zeitgenossen: Er berichtete Arthur Schnitzler – einem der frühesten Leser der Traumdeutung, der selbst sein Leben lang die eigenen Träume notierte – in einem Brief von 1922 von seinem langen Zögern, ihn persönlich zu kontaktieren und begründete dies mit einer „Doppelgängerscheu“. Karl Kraus wiederum ist als einer der erbittertsten Gegner Freuds in die psychoanalytische Geschichtsschreibung eingegangen. Tatsächlich belegen die Äußerungen und Aphorismen des Herausgebers der Fackel ein profundes Verständnis und eine jahrelange Wertschätzung der Lehre Freuds, bevor seine kritische Auseinandersetzung in Polemik und Angriff überging. Hugo von Hofmannsthal teilte mit Freud die Faszination für die Antike und mythologische Figuren: Seine Bearbeitungen des Ödipus- und Elektra-Stoffes können als Auseinandersetzung mit der Psychoanalyse gelesen werden. Auch Felix Salten, Autor der anonym verfassten Josefine Mutzenbacher wie auch von Bambi, dessen Artikel für die Neue Freie Presse Sigmund Freud regelmäßig las, teilte mit den psychoanalytischen AkteurInnen zentrale Themen, deren Bandbreite von der Adoleszenz bis hin zu weiblicher Sexualität reichten. In Freuds direkter Nachbarschaft wohnhaft, ist eine persönliche Bekanntschaft zwischen Salten und Freud bereits vor den belegten Treffen im Jahr 1926 wahrscheinlich.

Historische Kästen als Ausstellungsträger

Als Ausstellungsmöbel fungieren zu diesem Zweck angeschaffte historische Kästen, die so auch in den jeweiligen Wohn- bzw. Arbeitszimmern der Autoren stehen hätten können: So wird Hugo von Hofmannsthal als Besitzer von Mobiliar des 18. Jahrhunderts ein Schrank im Louis XVI-Stil gewidmet. Jedem Autor ist somit ein eigenes, seinem Stilempfinden entsprechendes Möbel zugeeignet, das biografische Informationen, Dokumente und audiovisuelle Inhalte präsentiert.

Die Sonderausstellung wird bis Jahresende gezeigt und entsteht in Kooperation mit dem Ludwig Boltzmann Institut für Geschichte und Theorie der Biographie als Teil des Ausstellungsensembles „Das Junge Wien. Natur plus X“, an dem sich mehrere Institutionen aus Wien und Salzburg zwischen März 2018 und April 2019 beteiligen.

Zur Ausstellung erscheint ein Booklet.

Freud, Dalí and the Metamorphosis of Narcissus

03.10.2018 - 24.02.2019

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Veranstalter: Freud Museum London
Veranstaltungsort: Freud Museum London
20 Maresfield Gardens
NW3 5SX London
Vereinigte Königreich
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ENGLISCH

Sigmund Freud and Salvador Dalí are two of the most significant and influential figures of the twentieth century.
Dalí was a passionate admirer of the father of psychoanalysis and finally met him in London on July 19th 1938. This year 2018 marks the 80th anniversary of this event. A new exhibition at the Freud Museum will explore the connection between the two men, starting from their one meeting, to which Dalí brought his recently completed painting The Metamorphosis of Narcissus.

The painting, on loan from the Tate, will be the central point in the exhibition for an exploration of the extensive influence of Freud on Dalí and on Surrealism. Also considered will be Freud’s own attitude to painting, illuminated by his response to this encounter with Dalí.

Dalí had read The Interpretation of Dreams as an art student in Madrid in the early 1920s. This was, he wrote, “one of the capital discoveries of my life, and I was seized with a real vice of self-interpretation, not only of my dreams but of everything that happened to me.” This passion for self-interpretation took not just visual but also written form. In 1933 Dalí wrote a “psycho-analytical essay”, as he described it, on the famous painting by Jean-François Millet, The Angelus. The essay was eventually published as a book, The Tragic Myth of Millet’s ‘Angelus’. In it, Dalí explores his own obsession with the painting, which he lays out in the form of a Freudian case history.

In 1938, after several attempts, Dalí finally met his hero Freud, newly arrived in London after fleeing from Nazi-occupied Vienna. The meeting was brokered by Stefan Zweig, who was present, together with Dalí’s friend and patron Edward James, who owned The Metamorphosis of Narcissus. Dalí hoped his painting would allow him to engage Freud in a discussion of the psychoanalytical theory of Narcissism and would help him to demonstrate his concept of critical paranoia.

Dali was given permission to sketch Freud during the visit. These drawings, now in the Fundacio Gala-Salvador Dalí in Spain, will be on display, and Dali’s long poem with the same title as the painting, The Metamorphosis of Narcissus. There will also be material from the Freud Museum’s archive and collections, shedding light on Freud’s attitude to Dalí and their meeting.

Other themes of the exhibition will include the classical origins of the myth of Narcissus and the place of narcissism in psychoanalytic thinking. Freud’s own collections will play a part. For example, they include a copy of the classical relief Gradiva; Freud’s study of Wilhelm Jensen’s novel Gradiva was the inspiration for some of Dalí’s important paintings and drawings on this theme from the early 1930s.

Through images, including original paintings and drawings, photographs and prints, and documents including letters, manuscripts, books and Freud’s appointment diary, the intense – if somewhat one-sided -relationship between two extraordinary thinkers and creators will be explored.

The exhibition will be curated by the distinguished art historian Dawn Ades, curator of the recent highly successful Dali/Duchamp exhibition at the Royal Academy of Arts.

The exhibition will be accompanied by a catalogue, and an exciting public programme, which will include lectures and debates on topics including Narcissism, the relationship between art and psychoanalysis through Freud’s writings on Leonardo and Michelangelo, Freud and surrealism, psychoanalysis and classicism, and Lacan’s debt to Dalí’s critical paranoia.

THERAPEUTISCHE CARTOONS

26.10.2018 - 28.02.2019

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Veranstalter: Galerie der Komischen Künste
Veranstaltungsort: MuseumsQuartier/Q21
Museumsplatz 1

1070 Wien
Österreich
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Wie sieht Psychoanalyse beim Werbepsychologen aus? Woran erkennt man einen Psychiater beim Blind Date? Und was machen Löffel bei der Sexualberatung?

Diesen und anderen Fragen gehen die besten Cartoonist_innen des deutschen Sprachraums (und zwei Gastzeichner aus den USA) in diesem Buch nach. Damit hätte wohl auch Sigmund seine Freud‘ gehabt.

Myth and Science

05.12.2018 17:00

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Veranstalter: University of Essex Colchester Campus
Veranstaltungsort: University of Essex Colchester Campus
Wivenhoe Park
CO4 3SQ Colchester
Vereinigte Königreich
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ENGLISCH

In the nineteenth century myth and science were taken to be incompatible.

The two originated and functioned identically: to explain all events in the physical world. Both were read literally. Myth attributed events to a god. Science attributed events to mechanical processes.

In the twentieth century myth and science were taken to be compatible, but because they diverged rather than intersected. Either the origin and function of myth were other than explanatory, or else myth was read symbolically: the subject matter was other than gods or the physical world.

I will consider a recent attempt to reconcile myth with science even when they intersect: the case of the myth of Gaia.
The Speaker

Robert Segal is Sixth Century Chair in Religious Studies at the University of Aberdeen. He came to the UK from the US in 1994. He writes and teaches on theories of myth and theories of religion.

He has written or edited The Poimanders As Myth, Joseph Campbell, In Quest Of the Hero,The Gnostic Jung, The Allure Of Gnosticism, Jung On Mythology, Myth: A Very Short Introduction, Theorizing About Myth, Hero Myths, Explaining And Interpretting Religion, 60 Second Mythology, Vocabulary For The Study Of Mythology and the Blackwell Companion To the Study Of Religion.

Immortality Wishes in Dreams

05.12.2018 20:00

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Veranstalter: New York Psychoanalytic Society & Institute (NYPSI)
Veranstaltungsort: NYPSI´s Marianne & Nicholas Young Auditorium
247 East 82nd Street
NY 10028 New York
U.S.A.
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ENGLISCH

Works in Progress Seminar:
“Immortality Wishes in Dreams”
Wednesday, December 5, 2018

Presenter: Arnold Richards, M.D.

This paper proposes that wishes for longevity and immortality should be added to Freud’s list of wish fulfillment (sexual and aggressive) in dreams. The author provides examples of his own dreams to support his thesis. The paper also maintains that the distinction between wish fulfillment and traumatic dreams is not as absolute as Freud maintains – traumatic dreams may also be wish fulfilling. The paper discusses how the child knowledge of death develops from early life on.  The fear of immortality as well as the wish for immortality is considered.

Arnold Richards, M.D. is Training and Supervising Analyst at the New York Psychoanalytic Institute and is on the Faculty of the Metropolitan Institute for Training in Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy, Adult Program and the Tongji Medical College of Huazhong University of Science and Technology in Wuhan, China. He is a member of the New York Psychoanalytic Society & Institute; the American Psychological Association, Division 39; the New York Freudian Society, and the Psychoanalytic Association of New York.  He is also Honorary Member of the American Institute of Psychoanalysis/Karen Horney Clinic.

Immortality Wishes in Dreams

05.12.2018 20:00

öffentlich
Veranstalter: New York Psychoanalytic Society & Institute (NYPSI)
Veranstaltungsort: NYPSI´s Marianne & Nicholas Young Auditorium
247 East 82nd Street
NY 10028 New York
U.S.A.
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ENGLISCH

Works in Progress Seminar:
“Immortality Wishes in Dreams”
Wednesday, December 5, 2018

Presenter: Arnold Richards, M.D.

This paper proposes that wishes for longevity and immortality should be added to Freud’s list of wish fulfillment (sexual and aggressive) in dreams. The author provides examples of his own dreams to support his thesis. The paper also maintains that the distinction between wish fulfillment and traumatic dreams is not as absolute as Freud maintains – traumatic dreams may also be wish fulfilling. The paper discusses how the child knowledge of death develops from early life on.  The fear of immortality as well as the wish for immortality is considered.

Arnold Richards, M.D. is Training and Supervising Analyst at the New York Psychoanalytic Institute and is on the Faculty of the Metropolitan Institute for Training in Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy, Adult Program and the Tongji Medical College of Huazhong University of Science and Technology in Wuhan, China. He is a member of the New York Psychoanalytic Society & Institute; the American Psychological Association, Division 39; the New York Freudian Society, and the Psychoanalytic Association of New York.  He is also Honorary Member of the American Institute of Psychoanalysis/Karen Horney Clinic.

Annual Research Lecture 2018

05.12.2018 20:15

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Veranstalter: Institute of Psychoanalysis
Veranstaltungsort: Sigmund Freud Lecture Theatre
112a Shirland Road
W9 2BT London
Vereinigte Königreich
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ENGLISCH

Showing the effects of child psychoanalytic work: 25 years of research at the Anna Freud Centre.

This talk will outline a programme of research on child and adolescent treatment outcomes, led by Peter Fonagy and engaging many younger colleagues and senior collaborators in neighbouring fields over decades. We will touch on different ways of studying child analytic work, with most of the issues applying equally to work on adult outcomes. We focus on trying to show the effectiveness of child psychotherapy – a central concern for funders, but an effort which can also illuminate concepts and technique for practitioners. Issues of manualizing and measuring therapeutic process will be covered, as will the fruitfulness of mixed-method (quantitative and qualitative) process and outcome research with children and young people.

The talk will describe how many of the lessons learned were combined in designing the recent IMPACT study of adolescent depression (Goodyer et al., 2017), in which the Tavistock Clinic and child psychotherapists across the UK played a crucial part in carrying out a large randomized controlled trial funded by the UK government. In addition to summarising findings, we will outline how assessments of treatment process and subjective meaning were incorporated into the study, to ensure that we not only addressed core issues of treatment effectiveness, but also learned more about working in psychoanalytic psychotherapy with severely depressed young people.

The focus will be on discovery and interpretation in psychotherapy research, and where the field might go next.

Speakers: Mary Target and Nick Midgley



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