2015 Psych'Art Brut Prize
20.11.2015 - rechercheUnder the auspices of Professor Pascal Roman's Introduction to Psychoanalysis course at the University of Lausanne, a pedagogical innovation project has been created. Supported by the University of Lausanne's Pedagogical Innovation Fund, the project has enabled the course matter to be refreshed, while at the same time formalizing the university's terms of collaboration with the Collection de l'Art Brut in Lausanne.
After studying a body of Art Brut works put at their disposal by the Collection de l'Art Brut, students were expected to produce, as a group, a portfolio devoted to clarifying one particular form of psychological approach (to do with dreams, with mourning, with games...).
The estimation of the best works by the students at the end of the term was part and parcel of the pedagogical process, as concretized during a jury session end July 2015. Having duly deliberated, the Jury awarded two prizes:
- a First Prize for a portfolio entitled "The Influence of Dreams in Creations" by Frédéric Bruly Bouabry," drawn up by Julien Currat, Anaïs Isabella, Fernand Morend & Cécile Vitali.
- a Second Prize for a portfolio devoted to Aloïse, drawn up by Sara Caverzasio Rechsteiner, Lisa De Paz, Amélie Junod, Virginie Meylan and Sandra Schnell;
Download the portfolio Le travail du rêve dans la création de Frédéric Bruly Bouabré