Susan Hiller: After the Freud Museum

Susan Hiller: After the Freud Museum
Library Shelf Location ABC-HILL
Publication Date 2000

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‘...This book is a portable museum and one that could provoke a hundred novels...if this is free association, it is of a high order, drawing together mythology, anthropology, modern history, science, superstition, religion, comedy and tragedy − and spiky humour.’ – Art Monthly.


This book is a companion to Susan Hiller at the Freud Museum, an installation that was originally commissioned by Book Works. Hiller’s witty and erudite commentary is a response to Sigmund Freud’s astonishing personal collection of art and antiquities, his library, his consulting room (including the famous couch) at his last home, in London. The book presents a series of archaeological collection boxes, and through turning the pages the reader embarks on a personal journey that discloses the secrets of each box

2nd Edition.

Originally published in 1995.

ISBN 1870699483
Quantity 1
Author Susan Hiller
Format Paperback
Publishers Book Works, London, Susan Hiller
Related Artist Susan Hiller
Categories BALTIC Artists' Book Collection (by appointment), Artists' Books
Keywords Dreams, Psychoanalysis, Boxes (medium)
Artist's Nationality American (USA)
Language English

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