Independent Research, Research Practices

Realisations concerning Matrixial Borderspace


Our talk with Dr. Tina Kinsella concerning ‘Affect’ and the works of Bracha Ettinger opened up areas of thought which have huge relevance for me.
I am still processing much of what was discussed and coming to new realisations, about my work, about my own life and how it has affected what I do and how I perceive and process information.

I will add to this as time progresses and I gain more insights. In the meantime, I am drawn to this quote by Braccha Ettinger,

The function of psychoanalytic theory for art may be to lend its conceptual tools to exposing the existence in art of a site of yet unformed knowledge about sexuality and subjectiyity, to clarify this site as a source for ideas that are awaiting signification in language, and to articulate them.” from Bracha Ettinger, ‘Trans-subjective Transferential Borderspace’