18 October 2022

19:00

Join artist and researcher Grace Whorrall-Campbell and psychotherapist George Taxidis for a workshop and conversation about dreaming, queerness and psychoanalysis. In the session, George and Grace invite you to participate in a Social Dreaming Matrix, an experimental space for discussing and analysing dreams. The aim of the Matrix is not to interpret the dreams for the individual but to make connections between dreams to generate collective understanding. Together, we will think about the utility of dreams as a tool for community building and creative reflection. 

Participation in the Matrix is voluntary and if you wish to take part, we ask you to bring with you a memory of a recent dream. This session has been organised by researcher, artist and A/WA member Grace Whorrall-Campbell.

This session is free to attend and will be held on Zoom. Please register by emailing info (at) artworkassociation.org. Registered attendees will receive the link 10 minutes in advance of the discussion

George Taxidis (he/him) is a psychotherapist and Jungian analyst (BJAA, IAAP, BPC). He lectures at Goldsmiths, University of London, on psychodynamic counselling, psychotherapy and psychosocial studies. He was the co-founder of the Queer Social Dreaming Matrix and the International Queer Jungian Initiative. He has a long-standing interest in the intersection of activism, oppression and depth psychology, and is currently writing a book on queering Jungian psychology for Routledge.

Grace Whorrall-Campbell (she/her) is a researcher, artist and archivist. Working with moving image and critical archival practices, her work explores the relationship between capitalism and feeling. Grace is currently studying for a doctorate in the history of psychoanalysis and labour management in mid-twentieth century Britain at the University of Cambridge. Grace is a member of the NewBridge Project’s Collective Studio.