Cut-up poetry by Vanessa Sinclair
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Switching Mirrors is an amazing collection of cut-ups and mind-expanding poetry by Vanessa Sinclair. Delving into the unconscious and actively utilising the "third mind" as developed by William S Burroughs and Brion Gysin, Sinclair roams through suggestive vistas of magic, witchcraft, dreams, psychoanalysis, sex and sexuality (and more). Causal apprehensions are disrupted by a flow of impressions that open up the mind of the reader. What's behind language and our use of it? What happens when random factors and the unconscious are given free reign in poetic form? Switching Mirrors is what happens.
Vanessa Sinclair, PsyD, is a psychoanalyst and clinical psychologist in private practice in New York City. She is a founding member of Das Unbehagen: A Free Association for Psychoanalysis (www.dasunbehagen.org), which facilitates psychoanalytic lectures, classes, and events in and around New York City. Together with artist Katelan Foisy, she explores the magic and artistic expression of the cut-up method and the third mind (please visit their web site www.chaosofthethirdmind.com). She contributes to a variety of publications, including the The Fenris Wolf, DIVISION/Review: A Quarterly Psychoanalytic Forum, and The Brooklyn Rail.
Limited edition of 23 copies, hand numbered and signed by the author. 112 pages, hardbound (dressed in red cloth instead of the standard edition's purple cloth, with matching reading ribbons) with dust jacket.
This limited 23 Edition comes with a signed and numbered print of one of Sinclair's cut-ups in size 420 x 297 mm, printed on 170 g archival paper.