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The Spaces of the Unconscious (Freud Museum, London) - Installation shots

By  Kathleen Fox 2010

Nick Fox

The exhibition is a multimedia response to and exploration of Freud's hypothesis of space in the unconscious. Set in a space that was once Freud's bedroom, the exhibition is divided into two areas. From a lit conscious area housing Freud's domestic furniture and personal belongings, the viewer passes through a membrane to a darkened area representing the unconscious. Here through closer inspection via small apertures, the contents of three mounted boxes that incorporate the use of light, sound, movement and texture, are revealed. Imaginative spatial dimensions are explored in each scenario where the participant is taken on a journey into a world of the dream or the unconscious.

Kathleen Fox

Nick Fox

Nick Fox

Nick Fox

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