12 October 2014
RECURSIVE: How the past pushes its way into the present
Dr Angela Fell, Jungian analyst and psychotherapist, presents a discussion on how the past pushes its way into the present, in conjunction with RECURSIVE.
I have been a Psychotherapist, then Jungian Analyst for over thirty years and during that time I have worked with quite a number of artists, some of whom have become well known and some of whom are struggling to become established. I would say that one of the aims of the analytic work is to unlock the blocks to living a creative life and that creativity is a sign of health, perhaps the main one.
The title of this exhibition, Recursive, is an interesting one. I am going to take it to mean ever-recurring patterns: patterns within patterns that repeat infinitely. This image is useful when thinking of our personal issues.
Dr Angela Fell
We hope you will join us for this stimulating discussion. Entry is free to all.
Date: 12 Oct 2014
Time: Starts at 2pm GMT
Venue: No Format Gallery
Address: Second Floor Studios & Arts
Harrington Way (off Warspite Road)
Take the Jubilee Line to North Greenwich station, then buses 161 of 472 from bus stop A. Get off the bus at Warspite Road stop, one stop after Royal Greenwich University Tech College. Walk to the end of Harrington Road, left through the entrance barriers and straight down, the gallery will be on the right.