The Ethno-Psychoanalytic Approach: Exploring Social Life In Botswana, Lesotho and Malawi, Freud Museum London, 26 - 30 October 2016

The Freud Museum joins in celebrating Black History Month this October with a pop-up interactive photographic exhibition portraying social life in Southern Africa, by Social Anthropologist & Photographer Maria Saur.

Research participant Chief Kulaya in Malawi stated:
“I learned a lot by talking with you, not that you said much, but it made me reflect on the things that have happened to us – which helped me to better come to terms with them; and maybe approach some things differently in future.”

Maria Saur has published & exhibited in Southern Africa in the places where her research was conducted and in Europe.

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FREE with admission - no need to book.

The exhibition will be complemented by Maria Saur’s talk about her ethno-psychoanalytic research on relational dynamics on Sunday 30 October, 2pm at The Freud Museum. Further information >

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