By George Hagman
“George Hagman appears to be like anew at psychoanalytic rules approximately paintings and sweetness in the course of the lens of present developmental psychology that acknowledges the significance of attachment and affiliative motivational structures. In discussion with theorists reminiscent of Freud, Ehrenzweig, Kris, Rank, Winnicott, Kohut, etc, Hagman brings the psychoanalytic realizing of aesthetic event into the twenty first century. He amends and extends previous options and provides a wealth of stimulating new rules in regards to the inventive approach, the perfect, attractiveness, ugliness, and –perhaps his most unusual contribution–the chic. in particular welcome is his grounding of aesthetic event in intersubjectivity and health and wellbeing instead of individualism and pathology. His emphasis on shape instead of the content material of an individual's aesthetic adventure is a stimulating new course for psychoanalytic thought of paintings. With this paintings Hagman stands within the corporation of his predecessors with this deeply-learned,! sensitively conceived, and provocative normal thought of human aesthetic experience.” Ellen Dissanayake, writer of paintings and Intimacy: How the humanities started and Homo Aestheticus: the place artwork Comes From and Why.
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The baby may at times play alone, but this is because the baby has had no reason yet to question the mother’s availability. However, over time, the area of potential space begins to include the other, beginning with the recognition that the other can be gone and will return. According to Winnicott (1971): The next stage is being alone in the presence of someone. The child is now playing on the basis of the assumption that the person who loves and who is therefore reliable is available and continues to be available when remembered after being forgotten.
In his formulation, Kligerman speculates that the prototypical artist is someone who experienced consistent mirroring of his or her grandiosity in childhood. Inevitably, this archaic selfobject experience fails and the artist-to-be is cast out from this state of perfection. Kligerman noted: The ensuing fall from grace is followed by a passionate need to recover the original beauty and perfection and later on to present the world with a work of beauty (really the artist himself) that will evoke universal awe and admiration.
Kenneth Koch (1998) rendered in poetry a lovely description of the developmental origins of the sense of beauty and the complex ways that these sources form the substrate of mature experience. The following lines have been selected from his poem “On Beauty”: That one is conscious of “beauty”, what is that? ” Perhaps one’s earliest experiences Of beauty is a sort of concentrate, with which one begins, And adds water of a life of one’s own; then Flavors come, and colors, and flowers (if one’s Mother is Japanese, perhaps), mountains covered with flowers, and clouds The Development of Aesthetic Experience 37 Which are the Colors of blossoming trees.
Aesthetic Experience: Beauty, Creativity, and the Search for the Ideal (Contemporary Psychoanalytic Studies, Volume 5) by George Hagman