Cartographies of the Unconscious. A New Atlas for Psychoanalysis


It is hard to think of the psyche as something that can be catalogued and that in and of itself is unknown to the subconscious as a territory that can be “cartographed”, assigning clearly defined spaces and tracing a map. Nevertheless, we know that any geographical map besides representing places and positions is the indication of possible routes that permit innumerable options. Facilitating relationships between different countries and cultures, it is conceivable to map out the psyche based on its interconnections and interferences. The image of an atlas contributes to... Read more →