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- Barth, Theodor 
Ludwig Binswanger (1881-1966) was a clinical psychiatrist, a philosopher and the founder og existential analysis in psychology. He was translated into French by Michel Foucault. His ideas are adjacent to Maurice Merleau Ponty’s. His fame linked to his care of Aby Warburg, during his mental breakdown, when he was a patient at the Bellevue asylum in Kreuzlingen (Northern Switzerland) for a period of 3 yeas (1921-1924). Aby Warburg was discharge after he was able to give lecture of what had caused him turmoil. In this series the concepts of Umgebung and Umwelt—which we also know from Agamben’s discussion of Heidegger and von Uexküll—and what they might entail in how we conceive our daily lives and the world we live, in Bruno Latour’s scope of the terrestrial. It is intended as a query on Ludwig Binswanger using the approach of a case study. The series also includes a discussion of drawing, in this perspective, with due reference to a forthcoming essay on digital vs. analog drawing by Tiril Schrøder (Arts and Craft dpt.).
6 flyers (1HEX). #01—attempt; #02—tryagain; #03—do something else; #04—return; #05—unlearn; #06—crossover