Inside The Experience of Addiction
Photo Stories On Using, Abusing, and Recovery
Photographic Work by
Keith Auerbach

 

This exhibition takes an empathic look at the nature of addiction - how addicts think, feel and act.

 

The images and words are derived from an amalgam of my clinical and artistic practices.Their juxtapositions are meant to engage and challenge the viewer to discover new connections and insights. My overall goal is to provoke questions, curiosity and discussion.

 

Thank you to my friends, the professionals and the recovering community, who continue to help me understand addiction and to evolve this art form.

 

Keith Auerbach

May 14, 2015


Photographer and artist Keith Auerbach is a native of Louisville, Kentucky. For nearly 15 years his photographs appeared in LEO WEEKLY (Louisville Eccentric Observer). In 2007 he published ìThe Photographic Humor of Keith Auerbach,î which won a Book of The Year (IPPY) award from the Independent Publishers Association. He has won many additional awards and competitions including an International Photography Awards "Lucie."

 

Keith is also a psychiatrist and psychotherapist interested in intimacy, communication, relationships and addiction. For six years he was on the Substance Abuse Treatment Committee of the Jefferson Alcohol and Drug Abuse Center (JADAC).  For twenty years he was a psychological consultant to Actors Theatre of Louisville, then under the direction of Jon Jory, where he helped directors, actors, writers and dramaturges with script and character analysis. For eight years he was the only non-clergy member of the Cathedral Heritage Foundations Spiritual Life Committee.

 


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