Viewing Technology: Paranoia in Cinema
This paper explores how the representation of technology in contemporary cinema inhabits a paranoid gaze, and thus a differing mode of specularity to voyeurism.
||Psychoanalytic film theory, Paranoia, The representation of technology in contemporary cinema
International Journal of Technology, Knowledge and Society, Volume 1, Issue 3, pp.1-6.
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Alev Adil lectures in film studies at the University of Greenwich where she is head of the department of Creative, Critical and Communication Studies. She is a writer, reviewer and translator whose poetry, fiction and academic writing engage with the mythic, post-colonial identities, psychoanalytic film theory and the interstices of private and political memory.
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