Catharsis Magazine. Editorial Design.
The concept of catharsis goes back to the poetics of Aristotle, who defines tragedy as a purge of emotions, to free and clean feelings. Catharsis refers to the Greek term katharsis or katharsis which means purge or purification. The magazine has a psychological character and will be centred on any “controlled” forms of expression that is therapeutic and liberating. This implies the expression of emotions as a resolution, both in medical issues of art-therapy and psychiatry and in artistic creation (visual, musical, literary, etc.) whose therapeutic effect is a transformation to through the purging or discharge of physiological or emotional effects of the subject.