Vortrag auf Englisch von Joel Sanders
Dienstag, 21. November 2017, 20 Uhr, Sigmund Freud Museum
Eintritt frei, um Anmeldung wird gebeten
As patients lay on a daybed surrounded by art, rugs and antiquities, Freud conducted sessions in a space more akin to a mausoleum than a doctor’s office. Architect Joel Sanders will focus on an overlooked aspect of Bergasse 19, the pivotal role Freud's eccentric but carefully staged domestic interior played in shaping the audio/visual encounter between doctor and patient, a spatial experience that effectively blurred the boundaries between public and private, personal and professional, art and everyday life.
Joel Sanders is the Principal of his New York-based studio JSA and Professor of Architecture at Yale University. His writings and practice have explored the complex relationship between culture and social space, looking at the impact that evolving cultural forces (such as gender identity and the body, technology and new media, and the nature/culture dualism) have on the designed environment.
Eine Veranstaltung aus dem Rahmenprogramm zur Sonderausstellung:
Ab dem 31.1.2017
Foto: Sigmund Freud's Behandlungszimmer in der Berggasse 19, 1938, Foto von Edmund Engelman, (c) Thomas Engelman