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Anatomia Hypnagogica: Navigating the Body (With)out Organs through Tarot Simbolism.

January 1 @ 8:00 am February 29 @ 5:00 pm

Anatomia Hypnagogica: Navigating the Body (With)out Organs through Tarot Simbolism.

Multimedia Tarot reading (Max. two consultants at time)

90 min

By appointment only ( tuesday, wednesday, friday)

Sessions led by J. Pablo Arce C. Artist, collector, and curator.

Base price per person, 44 euros per session. All donations are to support the continuity of our project ‘The Fool’.

Reservations juanarcard@gmail.com info@thefool-berlin.com

This analytical Tarot readings delves into a perspective where artistic symbolism converges with the richness of art history and symbolic interpretation. Each exploration becomes a meticulous journey, unraveling tarot cards with the same multiplicity and non-linear connection that characterizes rhizomatic thinking.

Inspired by the wealth of art history and underlying meanings, these interpretations resemble a symbolic anatomical dissection, revealing profound layers of signification. The influence of Bataille and his symbolic approach subtly resonates, taking interpretation beyond predictions into a realm that transcends the conventional. Jung’s insights add depth to the exploration of symbols and the unconscious.

This symbolic approach intertwines with the ideas of Bachelard and his poetics of space. Each card becomes a poetic landscape, an invitation to explore the recesses of the unconscious and construct personal meanings. The autopsy is conceived as a symbolic dialogue in space, where images become portals to inner worlds.

At the core of these disembodied autopsy lies the application of rhizomatic thinking, challenging linear structures and fostering a multiplicity of interpretations. Participants immerse themselves in a network of connections, following non-predefined paths in concordance with the intuitive mind.

These individual Tarot readings, tailored for a diverse audience, invite critical contemplation and the personal construction of meaning, maintaining a subtle reverence for the philosophical concepts that influence the understanding of art, its symbols, and rhizomatic thinking.


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