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Each piece on the chessboard can be seen to have adistinct personality. Pieces are brought to life on thechessboard, a place structured according to rules confiningmovement. A piece’s ability to move affects its power andtemperament. However, it is up to the player to manoeuvre each piece – daring moves with the queen can lead tocheckmate and victory.A Queen Within explores the unique relationship between power, risk-taking and the queen’s evolving rolesof femininity in chess and society from the Renaissanceto today. The aim is to investigate which archetypes formthe idea of a queen. She can also be seen as a metaphorfor the different aspects of a woman.In chess, it is theoretically possible for a player to attain a maximum of nine queens simultaneously on theboard. To resonate with this phenomenon, A Queen Withinexplores nine sides of the queen: The Sage, MotherFigure, Magician, Enchantress, Explorer, Ruler, MotherEarth, Heroine and Thespian.The themes are based upon interpretations of someof Swiss psychoanalyst Carl Jung’s most familiar archetypes. Most people have several archetypes present simultaneously as part of their personality, although one tendsto dominate. The story of each archetype – its powers,its weaknesses, its significance – is articulated throughfashion, photography, film and artwork in the exhibition.Jung’s concept of the archetype is derived from observing recurring motives in myths and fairy tales of worldliterature. The designers and artists in this exhibitionall include some form of storytelling or use of symbolsin their work.Storytelling is often illustrated either through thecreation of conceptual collections, the construction ofcharacters or through the use of universally known symbols in their aesthetics, symbols that often carry veryinteresting nonverbal information.While the first theme, the Sage Queen, focuses onstorytelling through entire collections, the followingeight themes explore storytelling through single objects.To parallel the history of chess itself, symbols have beentaken from royal representations existing in the fifteenthcentury onwards. In royal paintings and emblems, symbolssuch as eyes, ears, serpents and wings have been used toemphasise the queen’s presence. These same symbols areused in the exhibition design.To make the time aspect present in the exhibition, asoundscape illustrates the progression and patchwork oftime. A combination of objects, exhibition prosthetics,anecdotes, quotes and reference images venture to patcha 360 degree look at a queen. This collage system enablesdistant references from time and space to co-exist. Thiscollage is also a metaphor for a chess player’s mind.‘An archetype manifests through image and emotion. When we are struck with awe, overcome by beauty, or moved to tears; we arein the presence of an archetype, which speaks more than words through the symbolic language of images. Archetypes are what give mythand fairy tales their timeless power and fascination. The archetype of the Queen represents the sovereign Feminine centre of a nation,as well as, the presence of this energy within our psyche and dreams. Surely, it says something vitally important that on the chess boardshe is the one piece that can move in all directions.’ Mary Wells Barron, Jungian Psychoanalyst‘Symbols in portraits of queens range from ancient emblems of heraldry to the social rhetoric of fashionable dress and pose, from objects ofregalia to the diffuse associations of colour. They function to impress upon their beholders the quality and variety of the sitter’s allurements,virtues and powers. Yet symbols are multi-layered, and always more or less unstable. The same motif can be interpreted in a number of waysat a given moment, and modes of representation, contexts, and shared meanings shift over time and space. Even the attributes perceived asdesirable in a queen will differ. As such, symbols in queens’ portraits invoke anxieties as well as allurements, flaws as well as virtues, andfra

to dominate. The story of each archetype – its powers, its weaknesses, its significance – is articulated through fashion, photography, film and artwork in the exhibition. Jung’s concept of the archetype is derived from observ-ing recurring motives in myths and fairy tales of world literature. The designers and artists in this exhibition

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