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PEREIRA, Adriana Barbosa. From pain to dreams: on the Oniricopandemia Collection. Rev. bras. psicanál [online]. 2020, vol.54, n.2, pp. 105-121. ISSN 0486-641X.

The article presents the Oniricopandemia Collection: dreams of health and democracy crisis, created on April 2nd, 2020, and describes the psychic work of appropriation of events lived during the Covid-19 Pandemic, through the mediation of dream figurability. A process that is sensitive to non-conscious impressions of singular and social events, related to historical and political contexts, dreams are attempts of psychic reparation, transformation and creation in the face of catastrophe. Figuration is thought as both a way to wake up and link repressed representations, as well as a means to start the representation condition inhibited by trauma. The most radical and de-subjectivating psychic break does not include images. Dreams, even those of repetition and anxiety, are forms of resistance against de-subjectivation. One highlights the dreams' importance for pain subjectivation, and dream sharing as an action that enables the construction of individual and collective memory

Palavras-chave : dream; pandemic; figurability; catastrophe; subjectivation.

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