Hystériques reinvented*

Hystériques?
From the greek Hystera = uterus.
Reinvented?
Invented at the end of the 19th century, by Freud and his friends.
Or discovered?
Reinvented today, especially for you.

« The patient holds with one hand her dress tightly against her body (as a woman)
while with the other hand she tries to rip it off (as a man) »

Plastic intensity
dissimulation
a little of the old in-out, in-out.
Gotcha.
He means:
in, she screams
out, she cries.

(Rather hysterized than house toy!)

Let’s ask the worldly philosophers:
Plato’s wandering uterus
moving up the body
makes breathing quite difficult.

(Rather hysterized than house toy!)

What does the image say?
A mirror.
I hear: are you with us or against us?
Voyeurs!
Denunciation or defense?
Dismal science: it depends.
Will have to think for yourself.

Spectators of the world, unite!
Go on, now its your turn
to
project
your
own
unconscious
phantoms.

* Work inspired by photographs of female patients taken in a Paris hospital at the end of the 19th century, « documenting » the stages of hysteria.