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111 1 _aTAVISTOCK CENTRE SCIENTIFIC MEETING 2009
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245 _aSeeing and being seen
_h[videorecording]
260 _aLondon,
_bTavistock Clinic,
_c2009
300 _a1 video disc (approx. 80 min)
440 _aScientific Meeting of the Tavistock Centre and Portman Clinic
_v12th January
500 _aDVD Format
500 _aCopyright Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation Trust. Copying of this recording is striclty prohibited.
520 _aFrom May to September 2007, thirty-one life size iron male figures were placed on prominent buildings around London?s South Bank, as an installation to promote the sculptor Anthony Gormley?s ?Blind Light? exhibition. Using interviews on site with people chosen at random from those viewing the statues from a South Bank vantage point, and photographs of the works themselves, Judith Edwards explores various unconscious themes. What cultural function might these statues be seen to perform at an unconscious level?...
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700 _aEDWARDS, Judith. speaker
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