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Nick Haeffner
Fear Itself: Towards a Post-psychoanalytic Approach to Cinematic Anxiety

Conference contribution

Fear in Art and in Life Symposium
Averoff Museum
Metsovo, Greece

July 1, 2006

proceedings: pp. 118-127
ISSN: 9789607694171

Fear in Art and in Life Symposium programme

This research project came about as the result of an invitation from the Averoff Museum in Metsovo, Greece to take part in a symposium attached to an exhibition of contemporary art called The Scarecrow: Fear in Art and in Life. The paper was presented at the symposium, subsequently translated into Greek and published in the proceedings.

The paper then briefly outlined new developments in biosemiotics and discussed how these might be brought to bear on the analysis of products of the culture industries, such as films.

The paper relates to the other research in its meta-critique of established cultural theory and its concern with the workings of creativity and the interaction of audiences.

read the full paper:

Fear Itself: Towards a Post-psychoanalytic Approach to Cinematic Anxiety


Please also refer to hardcopy items for this output.

related outcomes:
Nicolas de Oliveira: The Scarecrow
Nicola Oxley: The Scarecrow

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