Mirrors to Windows: The Artist as Woman: a film by Susan Steinberg

4 February 2016 at Freud Museum London

Mirrors to Windows: The Artist as Woman: a film by Susan Steinberg

Screening and panel discussion

Mirrors to Windows takes you on an intimate but fast-paced journey, moving the lens between art and life to reveal the dynamic and multi-faceted story of this enigmatic calling.

It is a unique film following an international cast of three generations of women from Cairo, France, Germany, Lebanon, the United States and the United Kingdom, who are all forging their careers in the heat of the London art scene. Filmed in part at the Freud Museum London following artist Alice Anderson during her 2011 exhibition Childhood Rituals.

The screening will be followed by a panel discussion with Susan Steinberg (Producer and Director), Nermine Hammam (Artist), Joan Thompson (Chair/Psychoanalyst) and Shawn Tower (Psychoanalyst). The panel will discuss the many links between psychoanalysis, creativity and art explored in this thought-provoking documentary.

Organised in association with The British Psychoanalytic Association (BPA).

More info here.

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