On Non-being in the Organisational Settings: Arty Meditation on Embodied Behaviour and the Unconscious
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.
||Aesthetics, Organisation, Unconscious
The International Journal of the Arts in Society, Volume 1, Issue 4, pp.31-42.
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Dr Katarzyna Kosmala writes about contemporary arts and researches in visual arts, aesthetics and organizational interface.
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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