JEANNE RANDOLPH Freud’s Mummy Bandages: Theory as Melodrama

Performance Lecture

Dr. Jeanne Randolph is the author of several books on contemporary Canadian visual arts, as well as being known as a cultural theorist and performance artist.

She has explored the relevance of psychoanalytic theory to the arts, ethics, technology, advertising and consumerism, with writings on phenomena as diverse as boxing, Barbie dolls, aphids, English literature, Existentialism and architecture.

Out of Psychoanalysis: ficto-criticism 2005-2011, a collection of her art writing, is being launched at Artspeak on Saturday, September 22, at 2:00 PM.