Pandora’s box

‘The public and the private worlds are inseparably connected… the tyrannies and the servilities of one are the tyrannies and the servilities of the other’ Virginia Woolf


‘He began to search among the infinite series of impressions which time had laid down, leaf upon leaf, fold upon fold softly, incessantly upon his brain; among scents, sounds; voices, harsh, hollow, sweet; and lights passing, and brooms tapping; and the wash and hush of the sea’  VirginiaWoolf, To the Lighthouse


‘For in the end, it is all about memory, its sources and its magnitude, and, of course, its consequences’ (Elie Wiesel)

The art products became transitional objects imbued with meaning beyond what they actually were, that is, for instance, a piece of paper with images on it, symbolically holding loss, meaning or emotions. Actually, Winnicot promoted the value of art as a transitional object because he considered art expression as a holding environment and believed it was also a way to bridge subjective and objective realities (cited in Malchiodi, 2007).

(Tonya Alexandri, 2012)


‘We shall not cease from exploration and the end of all our exploring will be to arrive where we started and know the place for the first time’ (from The Four Quartets by T. S. Elliot)

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