Freud, "The Uncanny"

Freud, "The Uncanny"

Sigmund Freud's The Uncanny by Idris Khan

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Freud, "The Uncanny" - Lecture Notes

Freud, "The Uncanny" - Lecture Notes

Sigmund Freud - "The Uncanny" by Charlotte Kieran on Prezi

Sigmund Freud - "The Uncanny" by Charlotte Kieran on Prezi

Sigmund Freud  The Uncanny diagram of heimlich

Sigmund Freud The Uncanny diagram of heimlich

Freud, the uncanny and monsters | Classically Inclined

Freud, the uncanny and monsters

Freud, the uncanny and monsters | Classically Inclined

yaara derkel coppelius freud the uncanny furniture

The Subtly Spooky Chair Perfect for All Year Use - Neatorama

This picture from my adventure in the creepy doll store reminded me of Freud's "The Uncanny" and how the dolls look so real, but they're not. It was quite unsettling.

This picture from my adventure in the creepy doll store reminded me of Freud's "The Uncanny" and how the dolls look so real, but they're not. It was quite unsettling.

by Kate MccGwire, London  Much of Kate's work references Freud's 'Unheimliche' (the uncanny, or, literally, the 'unhomely'); the idea, to quote Freud, of 'a place where the familiar can somehow excite fear'. It also embraces artistic notions of the Abject.

London-based artist Kate MccGwire has a unique form of art. Her material of choice? The molted feathers of pigeons. She uses these feathers in great numbers to create vivid pieces of .

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