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"The infants initial world is made of symbols, created concrete objects made from his pre-verbal structuring. Does the artist hang on to this unique much earlier code of communication?" - Winnicott."


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"Much is debated about Hitchcock's work and its representation. The images I show play with the idea of subjective experience of concrete objects and how this may bring external form from some inner state, not necessarily the 'real' external world but that of its interior, of the viewers inner experience."


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"Can these pictures be seen as portraying the shapes of his or my pre-verbal imagery? Do these objects represent the filmmaker's first 'not-me' objects, a subjective part of the infant's memories of earlier experience?"


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"Segal, a Kleinian psychoanalyst stated that the rebuilding these fragments of symbols of scattered objects is the creative act. This is an attempt to recast subjective feeling states into more or less objective form, as new photographic objects."