On Non-being in the Organisational Settings: Arty Meditation on Embodied Behaviour and the Unconscious

By Katarzyna Kosmala.

Published by The Arts Collection

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Drawing on psychoanalytic ideas as applied in cultural and visual studies and critical organisational studies, the paper explores what is suppressed in the organisational context, that is, the unconscious.

Keywords: Aesthetics, Organisation, Unconscious

The International Journal of the Arts in Society, Volume 1, Issue 4, pp.31-42. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 3.539MB).

Prof. Katarzyna Kosmala

Dr Katarzyna Kosmala writes about contemporary arts and researches in visual arts, aesthetics and organizational interface. Recent projects: Currently involved in research on feminism and video art ‘Utopias of [Un]conscious in New Video Installation Art in Baltic Countries: Implications for Mapping Art Criticism in Eastern Europe’. Co-organisation of stream at APROS 2005 conference, Melbourne, Organization and Representation: Organizational Analysis through the Lens of Visual Art, Film and Literature


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