[D-G] Hello everyone!
brunolistopad at hotmail.com
Fri Feb 3 11:20:37 PST 2006
I am a working on theatre , and I am trying to trace connections between the
Jungian archetypes and Deleuze & Guattari ideas.
Sometimes I felt that I have been moving in two contradictory directions at
the same time. I am interested in the multiplicity of archetypes, but I do
not want to get reduced to one essentialist interpretation.
I am so glad to read your email where u look upon them as an assemblage.
I am making a piece concerning fairy tales seams to me that fairy tales
are always about becoming. Good fairy tales are becomigs animal. They are
abstract sories where one can undergoes transformation. I am reading now
Marie Louize van Franz; founder of Jung institute in Zurich she has a lot
of material concerning archetypal motives on fairy tales, I was in NYC last
week, pitty I just missed the Jung institute there I had no idea of its
thanks a lot for the tips, the archetypal website it is really special
All the Best
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From: "NZ" <pretzelworld at gmail.com>
To: <deleuze-guattari at lists.driftline.org>
Sent: Friday, February 03, 2006 6:51 PM
Subject: Re: [D-G] Hello everyone!
> I just went to a fantastic library on my lunch break, the Jungian
> institue @ 25 E 39th St., NYC. It is really worth a visit b/c of all
> the material that they supply. Espcially the visual library, which has
> thousands of images of artwork spanning the neolithic to the
> postmodern period..plus every image in their library contains a card
> with detailed junian analysis of the spcific arhetypes. Delueze writes
> often of arhetypes, mainly stress the "assemblege" (because therir is
> never just one archetype but a multitude with a cummulative meaning, I
> tty to remindmyslef of the assemblege often because it is easy to
> forget and instead take one meaning too often. Delusse also was
> conerned witht eh mythologizing of the "teacher" figure ( see ABC
> summery of deluze on google : abc delueze
> If you cannot get to nyc, perhaps the online catalog of archetypes
> might be useful, I have not visited the website but here is the
> List address: deleuze-guattari at driftline.org
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