On this episode of Rendering Unconscious, I discuss and read some pieces from my book Scansion in Psychoanalysis and Art: the Cut in Creation (Routledge, 2020).
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Link to Dr. Robert Beshara‘s work.
You’re kicking me out? Scansion and the variable-length session in Lacanian clinical praxis by Celeste Pietrusza and Derek Hook.
Elisabeth Roudinesco’s biography of Lacan.
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Dr. Sinclair is the author of The Pathways of the Heart (Trapart Books, 2021), Scansion in Psychoanalysis and Art: the Cut in Creation (Routledge, 2020) and Switching Mirrors (Trapart Books, 2016), and the editor of Rendering Unconscious: Psychoanalytic Perspectives, Politics & Poetry (Trapart Books, 2019) Outsider Inpatient: Reflections on Art as Therapy (Trapart Books, 2021) with Dr. Elisabeth Punzi, On Psychoanalysis and Violence: Contemporary Lacanian Perspectives (Routledge, 2018) co-edited with Dr. Manya Steinkoler, and The Fenris Wolf, vol 9 (Trapart, 2017) co-edited with Carl Abrahamsson.
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The track at the end of the episode is “Become” from the album “Inner Underworld” by Vanessa Sinclair and Henrik Nordvargr Björkk. Available via Bandcamp.
Music for intro and outro of Rendering Unconscious Podcast by Carl Abrahamsson.
Artwork by Vanessa Sinclair