Kendini Sabote Etme İmgeleri
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In the structuring phase of the self, the individual who takes the role model of his/her parents wants to feel safe, to be valued and to be approved by both the family and the society. In the individual’s journey from childhood to adulthood, the inadequacy of nutrition from the sources that will satisfy his/her spiritual and physical needs and the traumatic experiences may lead to destructive and derogatory tendencies and also the division during the phase of the construction of identity. The experience of the divided self (real and false self) can prevent the individual from constructing both his/her subjective and social position according to his/her own subjective wishes and desires. This confrontation of subject between the real (self) and false (social) can lead to self-sabotage tendency and cause many negative emotions (fear, anxiety, anger, self-enclosed) and behaviors (self-realization), which turn into selfdestructive violence and this may end up to the experience of identity that is distant from the essence. In this study; it has been approached to the relationship between the individual, who demonstrate the tendency of self-sabotage and the art that plays a kinetic role to come out his/her conflicts about the self. This relationship will be examined from the point of an artist, who uses the his/her own body as an art object to defeat his/her self and reflects the spiritual conflicts in the inner world by using images that bear the traces of the concept of self-sabotage. The effects of selfsabotage on creativity and productivity will be identified with the artist and in particular with the positive acquisitions, which brings to the art.