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THE FENRIS WOLF 9: This volume contains material from the conference Psychoanalysis, Art & the Occult (London, 2016). Trapart Books 2017, 248 pages, 148 x 210 mm, perfect bound. Contents:
– Vanessa Sinclair & Carl Abrahamsson Editors’ Introduction: Looking back at the crossroads
Katelan Foisy Invocation: Homage to the spirits of the land/London
Sharron Kraus Art as Alchemy
Demetrius Lacroix The Seven Layers of the Vodou Soul
Graham Duff Sublime Fragments: The Art of John Balance
Ken Henson The American Occult Revival In My Work
Gary Lachman Was Freud Afraid of the Occult?
Peter Grey Fly the Light
Val Denham Proclaim Present Time Over
– Katelan Foisy & Vanessa Sinclair The Cut In Creation
Claire-Madeline Culkin Beds, Bodies and Other Books of Common Prayer – A Reading of the Photography of Nan Goldin
Steven Reisner On the Dance of the Occult and Unconscious in Freud
Katy Bohinc The 12th House: Art and the Unconscious
Olga Cox Cameron When Shall We 3 Meet Again? Psychoanalysis, Art and the Occult: A Clandestine Convergence
– Ingo Lambrecht Wairua: Following shamanic contours in psychoanalytic therapy at a Māori Mental Health Service in New Zealand
– Elliot Edge An Occult Reading of PAO! Imagining in the Dark with Our Vestigial Shamanism in a Shade, Shadow, Wide
Charlotte Rodgers Stripped to the Core: Animistic Art Action and Magickal Revelation
Alkistis Dimech Dynamics of the Occulted Body
– Fred Yee Cut-Up As Egregore, Oracle and Flirtation Device
Robert Ansell Androgyny, Biology and Latent Memory in the Work of Austin Osman Spare
Ray O Neill Double, Double, Toil and Trouble: Psychoanalysis Burn and Surrealism Bubble
– Derek M Elmore Dreams and the Neither-Neither
Julio Mendes Rodrigo Rebis, the Double Being
Eve Watson Bowie’s Non-Human Effect: Alien/Alienation in The Man Who Fell to Earth (1976) and The Hunger (1983)
– Carl Abrahamsson Formulating the Desired: Some similarities between ritual magic and the psychoanalytic process
– Front cover painting by Val Denham
– Back cover painting by Ken Henson