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Dimen, M., Ipp, H., Harris, A., Goldner, V., Corbett, K. (2014). Through the Lens of Psychoanalysis: The Photographic Portraiture of Robert Giard—A Panel Discussion. Studies in Gender and Sexuality, 15(2):143-153.
    

(2014). Studies in Gender and Sexuality, 15(2):143-153

Through the Lens of Psychoanalysis: The Photographic Portraiture of Robert Giard—A Panel Discussion

Muriel Dimen, Hazel Ipp, Adrienne Harris, Virginia Goldner and Ken Corbett

In this transcript of a panel on the exhibit of Robert Giard’s portraits, Just as You Are, at the University of Toronto on May 4, 2012, 4 panelists approach the work politically and personally, aesthetically and psychoanalytically. Harris considers the tension in queer portraiture between intelligibility and liminality; Corbett discusses the artist’s and subjects’ frank engagement; Goldner addresses safety, vulnerability, and mutuality in the portraits; and Dimen recounts the experience of having sat for Giard.

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