Jorinde Voigt’s drawings and sculptural works develop rigorous, idiosyncratic systems to depict how one’s inner world—such as personal experience, emotion, and memory intersects with external conditions. The artist’s ongoing Immersive/Integral series articulates an ever-expanding lexicon of forms: scribbled notations, swiftly looping lines, jagged eruptions of gold leaf, and rhythmic vertical strokes. A recurring motif in the series is the torus, a donut shape that lacks a clear boundary between inside and outside. For the French psychoanalyst Jacques Lacan, the topology of this form exemplified how the unconscious is not merely an interior psychic system, but intersubjective by nature.
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