Anima at the Saatchi Gallery

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Anima at the Saatchi Gallery

Obscure sculpture, flora and forna and states of subconsciousness are being combined at the Saatchi Gallery - as part of a new exhibition connected to the world Anima.

Originally used to describe ideas such as breath, soul and spirit, it became part of a theory of collective unconsciousness during the 1920s.

That has formed the basis for a series of works by three emerging artists. 

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