#ArTEEtude 217: From Darkness to Insight - Join Detlef Schlich in Exploring Freud's Intriguing Death Drive Concept.

Season 1 | Episode 217
22m | Feb 18, 2024

Our latest episode of ArTEEtude delves into the intersection of Freud's death drive theory and artistic creation, highlighting how personal challenges fuel extraordinary creativity.

Episode 217 of #ArTEEtude explores the dance between darkness and light in the lives of artists like Van Gogh & Frida Kahlo, showing us the beauty in the struggle. 🎨💡 Dive into how the death drive shapes creativity.

This episode serves as a reminder of the resilience of the human spirit and the transformative power of art. A must-listen for professionals in the arts, psychology, and creative sectors. #ArtTherapy #CreativeIndustries #ProfessionalGrowth #ArtAndWellbeing #InnovativeThinking #LeadershipInArts #CulturalImpact #ArtEducation #PsychoanalysisInArt #CareerInArt"

Detlef Schlich is a podcaster, visual artist, filmmaker, ritual designer, and media archaeologist based in West Cork. He is recognized for his seminal work, including a scholarly examination of the intersections between shamanism, art, and digital culture, as well as his acclaimed video installation, Transodin's Tragedy. He primarily works in performance, photography, painting, sound, installations, and film. In his work, he reflects on the human condition and uses the digital shaman's methodology as an alter ego to create artwork. His media archaeology is a conceptual and practical exercise in uncovering the unique aesthetic, cultural and political aspects of media in culture.


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