The current issue of CLIO’S PSYCHE (Volume 28 Number 2, Winter 2022) features my essay about film and psychogeography.
Psychogeography shows that the way we view, describe, and build the outer world is a revival of primal experiences connected to space. Cinema can be regarded as an artistic reproduction of this elementary process. The film experience resembles the prenatal stage of our development. Movies also produce collective self-narrations, which grant insight into unconscious paradigms in the past, present, and future.
The whole publication will soon be available on cliospsyche.org.