Edited by Eleni Saroglou
Design by Christos Lialios
Translation by Eleanna Panagou
Text editing by Margarita Kremmyda

228 x 145 mm
19 colour illustrations / 58 pages
softback with dustjacket, b/w
limited edition of 500 copies
bilingual greek-english
ISBN: 978-960-99662-3-8 (2011)
Price: 12 €

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Sharon Kivland
Freud on Holiday - Volume III
The Forgetting of a Proper Name


Sharon Kivland Freud on Holiday volume III

Sharon Kivland is an artist and a writer. Her work has been presented worldwide.

The new book in the series Freud on Holiday deals with the artist’s particular relation to the work of Sigmund Freud. Through photographs and essays and with a vivid imagination, Kivland’s books go back to Freud’s trips that he did (or dreamed of doing) at places of archeological importance in Europe.

This third volume describes a number of holiday possibilities, the problem of deciding where to go and when, the matters of cost and convenience, of appropriate companions and correct context. There are descriptions of train itineraries, of hotel rooms and restaurant menus, but the name of one restaurant resists recall for most of the book. There is a surprising connection with hysteria and another name is forgotten en route, accompanied by an embarrassing error in chronology. At last, forgotten names are remembered, although an image that has been talked away is not seen again.

Cube Art Editions have also published Sharon Kivland's book:
Freud on Holiiday - Volume II - A Disturbance of Memory, 2007
Freud on Holiiday - Volume IV - A Cavernous Defile, 2014