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Ever since its very inception, psychoanalysis has proficiently interacted with the world of art and culture in all its various facets. From Freud onwards, a creative dialogue has been established between artists and the psychoanalytical way of thinking, thereby leading to reflections on the big questions of life. Based upon these premises, the Museum and the SPI – Società Psicoanalitica italiana (Italian Psychoanalytical Association) have built upon the themes touched upon by the exhibition programme to present three events where psychoanalysis and art will have a debate about the great emergencies of contemporary society.
Art has always had the task of enabling human beings to face the big questions of life. However, everything takes place in an immensely larger space nowadays, where time has taken on a different value and we are forced to take into account the multiple natures that characterise and reside within us. On the occasion of the Low Form. Immaginari e visioni nell’era dell’Intelligenza Artificiale exhibition, the second event of the series will see psychoanalyst Lorena Preta help us analyse the way in which psyche is based upon these different natures and disharmonies, which speak volumes about an ever-moving matter and draw from the past while simultaneously creating new forms within a constant production process.
Lorena Preta psychoanalyst, full member of the SPI