Tuesday, 28 April 2009


"....Freud began to believe that lives were about achieving loss, eventually one's own loss, so to speak, in death; and that art could be in some way integral to this process, a culturally sophisticated form of bereavement. A work of art was a work of mourning - and mourning was itself an art." (From 'On Flirtation' Adam Phillips. Thank you Kate for showing me this)

1 comment:

K8 said...

with great pleasure:)