Ute Holl

Ute Holl is professor of media studies at Basel University. She has worked on the epistemology of technical media, on anthropological and experimental cinema, and on a media history of acoustics, electro-acoustics, and radio theory. She is the author of several books.
Ute Holl - The Moses Complex - Freud, Schoenberg, Straub/Huillet
English edition
Diaphanes - Misceallenous
With this essay, Ute Holl analyzes in detail and deep historical context major works by Freud, Schoenberg, Jean-Marie Straub and Danièle Huillet, all inspired by the figure of Moses. The author offers a dynamic and comprehensive political and cultural theory of migration and violence.

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