Previously at the ICA - Events
5 Mar 2007
Why do so many of us have active and sometimes eccentric imaginations, and what do our sexual fantasies tell us about ourselves and society?
In his book Sex and the Psyche, psychotherapist Brett Kahr has undertaken the largest ever survey of British sexual fantasies and arrived at the fullest possible picture of our innermost sexual selves. In this unique event, actors will read from these sometimes shocking fantasies, after which Kahr will discuss the origins and meaning of contemporary sexual fantasies with the former editor of the Erotic Review Rowan Pelling, clinical psychologist and author of Affluenza Oliver James and the novelist and author of Sleep with Me Joanna Briscoe, and what those fantasies—or our need for them—can tell us about ourselves.