Psyche as Viral, Video as Vessel, and the Surge of Cultural Outrage: Anima Mundi at the Edge of Chaos
Saturday, Jun. 20, 2020 – Saturday, Jun. 20, 2020
10:00 AM – 01:00 PM
Join us in reimagining the COVID-19 pandemic and the subsequent nationwide upheaval against police brutality, in order to better see the presence of the psyche at work in its explosion of images. We will see the character of the psyche, one of a unique and different order, in the ubiquitous, ambivalent nature of the virus as well as in the character of the culture and the inter-relationship of biological, psychological and cultural systems. We will focus on how systems reflect each other dynamically as well as how they bring into question our agency in the world and our very notion of “self” and “other.” We will also see how the dismantling quality of the pandemic and enraged social protest is revealing, not only of the uncertain nature of cultural and individual identity but also of our assumptions regarding social interaction and home life in a world held together through the soul of technology.
Livestreaming is accessible from home or anywhere with an internet connection. If you register, you will be emailed viewing instructions prior to the event.
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Ronald Schenk, PhD, Jungian analyst
Ronald Schenk, PhD, Jungian analyst, is currently in private practice in Dallas and Houston, and his interests are in clinical thought, cultural psychology, post-modernism, and the interface of the arts with depth psychology. A senior training analyst and President of the Council of North American Societies of Jungian Analysis, he has written four books, most recently American Soul, and several essays in Jungian publications.
HOURS & ADMISSION
Monday - Thursday, 9:00 am - 7:30 pm
Friday, 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Saturday, 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Bookstore Closed Friday, -
- Member Pricing: $55.00 Non-member Pricing: $65.00
Directions & Parking
- Free Parking
- Street Parking
- Do not park in the lot behind the MFAH building on weekdays before 5 pm. However, the museum does generously allow Jung Center patrons to park in the lot after 5 pm and on the weekend. Paid parking available in front of The Center and on Montrose in front of The Glassell School and the MFAH Administration Building. Parking is always at a premium in the Museum District during business hours, but parallel parking spaces can often be found in front of The Center and on Montrose in front of The Glassell School and the MFAH Administration Building.
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