RENDERING UNCONSCIOUS

RENDERING UNCONSCIOUS PODCAST

This episode of Rendering Unconscious features a rendition of a talk given by Dr. Vanessa Sinclair at NGBK Berlin as part of the exhibition “Father Figures are Hard to Find” entitled CUTTING UP THE IMAGE OF THE FATHER/ RECONSTRUCTING THE THIRD. It is noteworthy that when referring to the “mother”, s/he is written as m/Other, referring to the mother as well as the big Other to which we all relate constantly. Along these lines, “another” is spelled an/other and refers to the other with a small o. For those of you familiar with Lacanian theory this other refers to the others that we identify with or put in the place of the object of our desire.

For more info please visit:                                                                    renderingunconscious.org                                                                            drvanessasinclair.net                                                                          patreon.com/vanessa23carl                                                                                             trapart.net                                                                                                                    dasunbehagen.org

The track playing at the end of the episode is “Page 6.2” by Vanessa Sinclair & Carl Abrahamsson and is part of the recently released compilation album COVEN available from highbrow-lowlife.com Artwork by Vanessa Sinclair. A book of her cut-up poetry SWITCHING MIRRORS is available through trapart.net and CHAOS OF THE THIRD MIND with artist Katelan Foisy is upcoming from Fulgur.co.uk

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