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List of Articles

Volume 15 (2014)

Issue 1 - No. 65: Psychoanalysis and Artistic Process
Issue Editor: Patricia Townsend
Editorial  1
Patricia Townsend
Maternal form in Artistic Creation  7
Kenneth Wright
Day-Dreaming  22
Sharon Kivland
Psychoanalysis and Artistic Process  47
Grayson Perry
Psychoanalysis and Artistic Process  73
Valerie Sinason
Psychoanalysis and Artistic Process  79
Martin Creed
Some Thoughts about the Artist and His Art  88
Lesley Caldwell
A Life of its Own: The Relationship between Artist, Idea and Artwork  99
Patricia Townsend
Musing on Gender, the Maternal, Violence and the World  120
Juliet Mitchell
‘Making Space: Psychoanalysis and Artistic Process’ Saturday 25th February 2012 UCL, Cruciform Lecture Theatre 1, Gower Street, London WC1E 6BT  127
Jonathan Isserow
Issue 2 - No. 66
Humour, Sublimation and the Politics of Psychoanalysis  1
Daniel Kupermann
A Pluperfect Errand: A Turbulent Return to Beginnings in the Transgenerational Transmission of Destructive Aggression  16
Maurice Apprey
The Shadow of the Object: Loss, Place and Resolution in 35 RHUMS (Denis, France/Germany, 2008)  30
John Rignell
The Evangeline Oak: Of Lost Loves and Found Objects  45
John Adlam
Turned on: Romantic Love, Psychoanalysis and our Attachments to New and Social Media  67
Carol Leader
At the Crossroads: Irony in the Works of Adam Phillips and Jonathan Lear  88
William Kolbrener
Atmen (Breathing) (Dir. Karl Markovics, Austria, 2011)  98
Donald Campbell
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