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Venue: Barbican Centre, Silk St, London, EC2Y 8DS
Date: Friday 9 November 2012
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This is the final event of the British Arts Festival Association conference 2012. If you are interested in attending the conference, you can book on their website: http://tinyurl.com/8cwagg7
Please note, if you are attending the conference, there is no need to book for this event as it is included in the conference programme.
In her writing, whatever the setting, Gilian Slovo understands from lived experience the impact of external turmoil on individual lives. Here she discusses her work and reflections with psychoanalyst Valerie Sinason.
South African born Gillian Slovo is President of English PEN and the author of twelve novels and a family memoir, Every Secret Thing , which was an international best seller. Her novel , Red Dust , won the prix RFI Temoin du monde and became a feature film starring Hilary Swank and Chiwetel Ejiofor. Ice Road, set in Leningrad of the 1930s, was shortlisted for the Orange Prize. Her co-authored play, Guantanamo- Honor Bound to Defend Freedom played world wide. Her verbatim interviews with women politicians was part of the 2010 Tricycle Theatre's Women, Power and Politics season. Her play, The Riots played to packed audiences in Kilburn's Tricycle and Tottenham's Bernie Grants Arts Centre.
Valerie Sinason is a poet, child psychotherapist and adult psychoanalyst specialising in trauma and disability. Her most recent edited works are Attachment, Trauma and Multiplicity: Working with Dissociative Identity Disorder and poetry book Night-shift. She is Director of the Clinic for Dissociative Studies, Honorary Consultant Psychotherapist of the Cape Town Child Guidance Clinic and President of the Institute for Psychotherapy and Disability.
Date: Friday, November 09, 2012