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Cornell Univ, Press, 304 S.; sehr zahlr. Illustr.; 30 cm. Originalleinen mit Schutzumschlag. Gutes Ex.; Umschl. gering berieben. - Englisch. // Foreword --- August Ruhs --- Dreams in Pursuit of Art Lucy C. Daniels --- The Muse Is Within: The Psyche in the Century of Science Lynn Gamwell --- The Psychology and Physiology of Dreaming: A New Synthesis Ernest Hartmann --- From Vision to Dream: The Secularization of the Imagination Donald Kuspit --- Gallery Dream Archive. // Edited by Lynn Gamwell Forewords by August Ruhs and Lucy Daniels // When Sigmund Freud published The Interpretation of Dreams in 1900, he began the modern study of a phenomenon that has fascinated human beings for thousands of years. Declaring that dreams are doorways to the unconscious mind, Freud opened a new realm for artists and filmmakers, who began looking inward to a new muse. Written to commemorate the centenary of Freud s classic work, this lavishly illustrated book examines the shifting roles that dreams have played in twentieth-century art and science. Over the course of the century, as scientists researched the psychology and physiology of dreams, artists from Odilon Redon and Joan Miro to Mark Rothko and Akira Kurosawa created dramatic images centered in the unconscious. An exploration of this artistic output, this volume features 100 color and 50 black-and white illustrations depicting works by a broad range of artists in painting, photography, sculpture, artists' books, video, film, performance, and dance. In her opening essay, Lynn Gamwell reviews the psychoanalytic understanding of dreams and explores the ways in which Freud's theories, as well as those of his followers and critics, have been inter pitted artistically. Ernest Hartmann traces attempts to link somatic and psychological dimensions of dreaming and finds parallels between diese dimensions and creative thought. In the final essay, Donald Kuspit assesses the results of moving from a nineteenth-century mystical outlook to a twentieth-century scientific paradigm for the human mind. A century of dream work is captured in this stunning volume. which concludes with a dream archive - an illustrated appendix that lists more than 1000 examples of twentieth century art about dreams. (Verlagstext) ISBN 080143730X Wir versenden am Tag der Bestellung von Montag bis Freitag.Psychoanalyse [Traum; Traumdeutung; Sigmund Freud] 2000 Wir versenden am Tag der Bestellung von Montag bis Freitag., [PU: Cornell University Press]

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(Ausstellung). 304 S.; sehr zahlr. Illustr.; 30 cm. Originalleinen mit Schutzumschlag. Gutes Ex.; Umschl. gering berieben. - Englisch. // Foreword --- August Ruhs --- Dreams in Pursuit of Art Lucy C. Daniels --- The Muse Is Within: The Psyche in the Century of Science Lynn Gamwell --- The Psychology and Physiology of Dreaming: A New Synthesis Ernest Hartmann --- From Vision to Dream: The Secularization of the Imagination Donald Kuspit --- Gallery Dream Archive. // Edited by Lynn Gamwell Forewords by August Ruhs and Lucy Daniels // When Sigmund Freud published The Interpretation of Dreams in 1900, he began the modern study of a phenomenon that has fascinated human beings for thousands of years. Declaring that dreams are doorways to the unconscious mind, Freud opened a new realm for artists and filmmakers, who began looking inward to a new muse. Written to commemorate the centenary of Freud s classic work, this lavishly illustrated book examines the shifting roles that dreams have played in twentieth-century art and science. Over the course of the century, as scientists researched the psychology and physiology of dreams, artists from Odilon Redon and Joan Miro to Mark Rothko and Akira Kurosawa created dramatic images centered in the unconscious. An exploration of this artistic output, this volume features 100 color and 50 black-and white illustrations depicting works by a broad range of artists in painting, photography, sculpture, artists' books, video, film, performance, and dance. In her opening essay, Lynn Gamwell reviews the psychoanalytic understanding of dreams and explores the ways in which Freud's theories, as well as those of his followers and critics, have been inter pitted artistically. Ernest Hartmann traces attempts to link somatic and psychological dimensions of dreaming and finds parallels between diese dimensions and creative thought. In the final essay, Donald Kuspit assesses the results of moving from a nineteenth-century mystical outlook to a twentieth-century scientific paradigm for the human mind. A century of dream work is captured in this stunning volume. which concludes with a dream archive - an illustrated appendix that lists more than 1000 examples of twentieth century art about dreams. (Verlagstext) ISBN 080143730X Versand D: 5,50 EUR Traum; Traumdeutung; Sigmund Freud, [PU:Cornell Univ. Press,]

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When Sigmund Freud published The Interpretation of Dreams in 1900, he began the modern study of a phenomenon that has fascinated human beings for thousands of years. At the same time he opened a new realm, the unconscious mind, to filmmakers and artists who were inspired by his theories. This beautifully designed and lavishly illustrated book—written to commemorate the centenary of Freud''s classic work—examines the shifting roles that dreams have played in twentieth-century art and science.Over the course of the twentieth century, as scientists have researched the psychology and physiology of dreams, artists from Odilon Redon and Joan Miró to Jenny Holzer, Ingmar Bergman, and Laurie Anderson have produced dramatic images centered in the unconscious. An exploration of this artistic output, this volume features a hundred color and fifty black-and-white illustrations depicting work by a broad range of artists in painting, photography, sculpture, video, film, performance, dance, and other media.In her opening essay, Lynn Gamwell reviews the psychoanalytic understanding of dreams and explores the ways in which Freud''s theories have been interpreted artistically. The next essay, by Ernest Hartmann, traces attempts to link somatic and psychological dimensions of dreaming and to discover parallels between these dimensions and creative thought. In the final essay, Donald Kuspit assesses the impact of the transition from the mystical outlook that human beings held in the nineteenth century to the twentieth-century scientific paradigm for the human mind. A century of dreamwork is captured in this stunning volume, which concludes with a dream archive—an illustrated catalogue raisonné of approximately five hundred examples of twentieth-century art about dreams.Contributors: Lucy Daniels, Lucy Daniels Foundation, Raleigh, N.C.; Lynn Gamwell, State University of New York, Binghamton; Ernest Hartmann, M.D., Tufts University School of Medicine; Donald Kuspit, State University of New York, Stony Brook; August Ruhs, M.D., Universitëtsklinik für Tiefenpsychologie und Psychotherapie, Vienna Books, Science and Nature, Dreams 1900-2000: Science, Art, and the Unconscious Mind Books>Science and Nature, Cornell University Press

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When Sigmund Freud published The Interpretation of Dreams in 1900, he began the modern study of a phenomenon that has fascinated human beings for thousands of years. At the same time he opened a new realm, the unconscious mind, to filmmakers and artists who were inspired by his theories. This beautifully designed and lavishly illustrated book—written to commemorate the centenary of Freud''s classic work—examines the shifting roles that dreams have played in twentieth-century art and science.Over the course of the twentieth century, as scientists have researched the psychology and physiology of dreams, artists from Odilon Redon and Joan Miró to Jenny Holzer, Ingmar Bergman, and Laurie Anderson have produced dramatic images centered in the unconscious. An exploration of this artistic output, this volume features a hundred color and fifty black-and-white illustrations depicting work by a broad range of artists in painting, photography, sculpture, video, film, performance, dance, and other media.In her opening essay, Lynn Gamwell reviews the psychoanalytic understanding of dreams and explores the ways in which Freud''s theories have been interpreted artistically. The next essay, by Ernest Hartmann, traces attempts to link somatic and psychological dimensions of dreaming and to discover parallels between these dimensions and creative thought. In the final essay, Donald Kuspit assesses the impact of the transition from the mystical outlook that human beings held in the nineteenth century to the twentieth-century scientific paradigm for the human mind. A century of dreamwork is captured in this stunning volume, which concludes with a dream archive—an illustrated catalogue raisonné of approximately five hundred examples of twentieth-century art about dreams.Contributors: Lucy Daniels, Lucy Daniels Foundation, Raleigh, N.C.; Lynn Gamwell, State University of New York, Binghamton; Ernest Hartmann, M.D., Tufts University School of Medicine; Donald Kuspit, State University of New York, Stony Brook; August Ruhs, M.D., Universitëtsklinik für Tiefenpsychologie und Psychotherapie, Vienna Books, Science and Nature, Dreams 1900-2000: Science, Art, and the Unconscious Mind Books>Science and Nature, CORNELL UNIVERSITY PRESS

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When Sigmund Freud published The Interpretation of Dreams in 1900, he began the modern study of a phenomenon that has fascinated human beings for thousands of years. At the same time he opened a new realm, the unconscious mind, to filmmakers and artists who were inspired by his theories. This beautifully designed and lavishly illustrated book--written to commemorate the centenary of Freud's classic work--examines the shifting roles that dreams have played in twentieth-century art and science. Over the course of the twentieth century, as scientists have researched the psychology and physiology of dreams, artists from Odilon Redon and Joan Mir to Jenny Holzer, Ingmar Bergman, and Laurie Anderson have produced dramatic images centered in the unconscious. An exploration of this artistic output, this volume features a hundred color and fifty black-and-white illustrations depicting work by a broad range of artists in painting, photography, sculpture, video, film, performance, dance, and other media. In her opening essay, Lynn Gamwell reviews the psychoanalytic understanding of dreams and explores the ways in which Freud's theories have been interpreted artistically. The next essay, by Ernest Hartmann, traces attempts to link somatic and psychological dimensions of dreaming and to discover parallels between these dimensions and creative thought. In the final essay, Donald Kuspit assesses the impact of the transition from the mystical outlook that human beings held in the ninete arts music and photography,dreams,education and reference,health fitness and dieting,history,history and criticism,history and philosophy,psychoanalysis,psychology and counseling,science and math Self-Help, Cornell Univ Pr

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Dreams 1900-2000: Science, Art, and the Unconscious Mind
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August Ruhs, Lucy Daniels, Lynn Gamwell

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Published in conjunction with the 1999 exhibition commemorating Freud's classic work on dreams, this volume illuminates how, as scientists researched the psychology and physiology of dreams, artists created dramatic images centered in the unconscious. Gamwell (director of the Art Museum at the State U. of New York and curator of the Gallery of Art and Science in NY) reviews the psychoanalytic understanding of dreams and explores the ways in which Freud's theories, as well as those of his followers and critics, have been interpreted artistically. Ernest Hartmann (Tufts U.) traces the somatic and psychological dimensions of dreaming and links them to creative thought. Donald Kuspit (State U. of NY) assesses the results of moving from a 19th-century mystical outlook to a 20th-century scientific paradigm. The volume concludes with a dream archive. Contains 100 color and 50 b&w illustrations.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780801437304
ISBN (ISBN-10): 080143730X
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Erscheinungsjahr: 1999
Herausgeber: CORNELL UNIV PR
320 Seiten
Gewicht: 1,710 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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