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Johannes Binotto

Johannes Binotto

is research and teaching assistant at the English Department at the University of Zurich and works as a freelance writer and curator. His main research is focused on the intersections of cinema, film technique, and psychoanalytic theory, as well as on spatiality in/as media studies.
Among his most recent publications are essays on digital conflict in James Bond; signal, noise and affect; mafia and/as male hysteria; border crossing and transgression in Sam Peckinpah; or the aesthetics of rear projection in classical Hollywood cinema.

Other texts by Johannes Binotto for DIAPHANES
Bibliography
  • feminism
  • Shakespeare
  • uncanny
  • Sigmund Freud
  • gender
  • moebius strip
  • cultural studies
  • cinema
  • topology
  • language
  • Jacques Lacan
  • film theory
  • spatial turn
  • psychoanalysis
  • heterotopia