choreography of a dance formation (cf. Kern 1999: 49).
2 | I rely here on Lacan’s interpretation (cf. Lacan 1998: 62).
3 | The Parisian surrealists attributed to this figure a privileged position,
when they named their journal Le Minotaure. Lacan published some of his
early texts there.
In his early works, Freud did not refer to the labyrinth and
the Minotaur myth. Yet, if the myth can still be emblematic
for Freudian topology, it is because the labyrinth is an image
supporting a topological reading, while still evoking the myth,
from which it was adopted