A symbolical journey
Wilna’s symbolical journey within the Jungian framework portrays inner images as active imagination and art, through the medium of oil and also in writing.
She views the creative space as the sacred space between psyche and reality, and the canvas as a living mirror, relaying meaningful truth.
Creativity and the Inner Other, a Workshop
20 – 22 July 2018
Creative work can be an indispensable tool in the process of individuation. The aim of this workshop is to provide a safe space in which to explore our creativity and our relationship to that aspect of the inner Other. The workshop will provide many opportunities for practical work as well as discussions of key aspects of this symbolical creative process.
Venue: 87 Main rd, Rosebank, Cape Town
Solstice Exhibition at The Cape Gallery (Link)
Surface and Interface
18 June – 21 July 2018
The 2016 exhibition at the UCT Irma Stern Museum, Cape Town
This exhibition included work spanning 25 years of inner life in image. The exhibition was opened by Amanda Botha, Capetonian art journalist and writer. It also coincided with the Africa Day celebrations held annually by the University of Cape Town.
Carl Jung says in Memories, Dreams, Reflections p.340:
The need for mythic statements is satisfied when we frame a view of the world which adequately explains the meaning of human existence in the cosmos, a view which springs from our psychic wholeness, from the co-operation between conscious and unconscious. Meaninglessness inhibits fullness of life and is therefore equivalent to illness. Meaning makes a great many things endurable – perhaps everything.