Alfonco Sicilia Sobrino
and the work that emerges from it will logically
give rise to such variegated emotions that
words will not be able to convey them.
Carl Gustav Jung, the psychiatric doctor, psychologist and essayist born in Switzerland in 1875, was the founder of the school of analytical psychology and the inventor of the notion of Archetypes and the Collective Unconscious, which alienated him from Sigmund Freud, with whom he collaborated during his early years of research. Jung believed that the collective unconscious1 is like a biological memory of the repeated experiences of humanity; without realising it, we are capable of reproducing certain elements that are embedded in everyone’s memory because they have been seen or transmitted throughout history.