Shame Chorus | Jordan McKenzie

Camberwell’s Drawing Lecturer, Jordan McKenzie, has created an incredible piece of work surrounding psychoanalysis and shame.

“Shame Chorus is an uplifting new project created by international artist Jordan McKenzie and commissioned by the Freud Museum in London. It takes as its starting point Sigmund Freud’s famous ‘talking cure’ a mode of psychoanalytic analysis where the patient talks in order to allow the therapist to uncover hidden, repressed and unconscious desires. Shame Chorus is a collaboration with world-renowned psychoanalyst and cultural critic Susie Orbach, the London Gay Men’s Chorus and writer Andy White.”

Shame Chorus will be performed at the London Irish Centre on the 8th October:

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