The Uncanny Archive

Uncanny Art, Photography, and Films

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A glimpse into the mind of Louise Bourgeois: art and psychoanalysis

A glimpse into the mind of Louise Bourgeois: art and psychoanalysis

Louise Bourgeois viewed art as an alternative form of psychoanalysis, an unravelling of the psyche, as it is based on…

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Belladonna of Sadness (1973): an unsettling, luridly nightmarish Japanese animated art film

Belladonna of Sadness (1973): an unsettling, luridly nightmarish Japanese animated art film

Belladonna of Sadness (1973), dir. Eiichi Yamamoto, is an unsettling hallucinatory Japanese animated film made up of Expressionistic and Symbolist…

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Interview with Visual Artist Apollonia Saintclair

Interview with Visual Artist Apollonia Saintclair

DM: Your stirring, tantalising work intertwines surrealist, erotic, neo-noir, and grotesque elements. Talk to us about the creative process behind…

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Katie Eleanor: a ghostly world inhabited by ethereal, marble-like beings

Katie Eleanor: a ghostly world inhabited by ethereal, marble-like beings

Katie Eleanor is a London-based contemporary fine art photographer and Photographic Arts Graduate from the University of Westminster. Inspired by…

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Laura Makabresku’s Dark, Uncanny Fairy Tales

Laura Makabresku’s Dark, Uncanny Fairy Tales

Polish self-taught fine art photographer Kamila Kansy, known as Laura Makabresku, draws inspiration from her deep, intimate connection to her…

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