Date: Wed 28 May - Sat 14 June
Venue: Freud Museum
Talk: Wednesday 4 June, 18:30
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Artist Paul Coldwell’s work is centred on our relationship to objects and how meanings can be projected onto them. This exhibition is the result of visual research in the archives of the Bethlem Royal Hospital and the Freud Museum, and engages with notions of anxiety, self-perception, worth and identity.
Paul Coldwell (University of the Arts London) discusses his work exploring the relations between art, the archive, the uncanny and the museum. With Carol Seigel, Director of the Freud Museum. Wednesday 4 June, 6:30pm.
The Visual Arts programme is supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England.
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This event is part of Anxious Practices.
Anxiety 2014 Visual Arts In collaboration with University of the Arts London
Social Arts Practice & Mental Health panel discussion at Chelsea College of Art & Design
The symposium Anxious Places: angst, enviroments and affective contamination at Central Saint Martins
Scentsory Design, Jenny Tillotson in conversation with Allan Young
Anxious Practices showcases the diverse approaches and research practices related to anxiety across University of the Arts London, including sensory design, participatory art, artworks inspired by psychiatric archives and a symposium on anxiety and environments.