As visual artist she has mainly produced paintings, drawings, notebooks and photography. She is also a philosopher, psychoanalyst and writer. Her ideas in cultural theory, psychoanalysis, and French feminism see Feminist theory and psychoanalysis achieved recognition after the publication of Matrix and Metramorphosis , fragments from her notebooks Moma, Oxford, and The Matrixial Gaze Over the last two decades her work has been influential in art history, film studies including feminist film theory , psychoanalysis, aesthetics and gender studies. Bracha Ettinger was born in Tel Aviv on 23 March
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Biography Bracha L. Ettinger b. In addition, she has worked as a lecturer at the Bezalel Art Academy in Jerusalem. She replaces the phallic structure with a dimension of emergence, where objects, images, and meanings are glimpsed in their incipiency, before they are differentiated.
This is the matrixial realm, a shareable, psychic dimension that underlies the individual unconscious and experience. Following, the I and the non I are imminently trans-connected. The Matrixial Borderspace. Edited by Brian Massumi. University of Minnesota Press, Bracha Lichtenberg Ettinger: Eurydice Series. The Drawing Center, Artworking: Ludion, Lettre volee, Doctor and Patient.
Edited by Marketta Seppala. Porin Taidemuseo, BLE Atelier, Translated by Joseph Simas and Carolyn Ducker. Museum of Modern Art, Edited by Catherine de Zegher.
MIT Press, The Matrixial Gaze. University of Leeds, Bracha Lichtenberg Ettinger: Halala — Autistwork. Arfiac, Matrix Halal a : Lapsus: Notes on Painting. Matrix et le Voyage a Jerusalem de C. Chimeres, Peter Lang, Museum Jeu de Paume, Yale University Press, Routledge, Other Press, Northwestern University Press, Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, Ashgate, The MIT Press,
Bracha L. Ettinger