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The uncanny gaze

Heide SchlГјpmann

The uncanny gaze

the drama of early German cinema

by Heide SchlГјpmann

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Published by University of Illinois Press in Urbana .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Motion pictures -- Germany -- History

  • Edition Notes

    StatementHeide Schlüpmann ; translated by Inga Pollmann ; foreword by Miriam Hansen.
    SeriesWomen and film history international
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPN1993.5.G3 S3513 2009
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24060824M
    ISBN 109780252032837, 9780252076718
    LC Control Number2009024499

      Magical Surfaces: The Uncanny in Contemporary Photography is on until 19 June at Parasol unit foundation for contemporary art. Angela Pippo She completed her MA in History of Art in in Milan and she is currently attending the MA Curating the Contemporary at London Metropolitan University and Whitechapel Gallery. The gaze. “ I want to portray the sensation of a page torn from the book of life” -Walter Sickert.

    Books by Arnzen. The Press; In other words, this is a representation of the gaze, a plastic staging of the uncanny, But the uncanny is still omnipresent in the unblinking return of the gaze, the doppelganger of the dead person permanently placed on your mantle. There’s a reason why graveyards spook us: they are the spaces where the. Heide Schlüpmann’s ground-breaking book was first published in German as  Die Unheimlichkeit des Blicks  in , but is now available for the first time to English readers, thanks to an excellent translation by Inga Pollmann.

    The term was first translated as uncanny valley in the book Robots: Fact, Fiction, and Prediction, written by Jasia Reichardt, thus forging an unintended link to Ernst Jentsch's concept of the uncanny, introduced in a essay entitled "On the Psychology of the Uncanny". C. Auguste Dupin, Poe's detective-hero, solves a tough case using wit alone in this piece. Spoiler alert: the letter named in Poe's title turns out to be "hiding in plain sight." Our boy Lacan had a field day with "The Purloined Letter," which he read as a parable of psychoanalytic analyst does something like what Poe's detective does, except that the patient's symptoms are.


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