The Representation of Heteropias in Cinema
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Heterotopia is a rich concept identified by Foucault to represent highly real spaces against utopia. The term consists of combination of topos and hetero meaning place and different, respectively. It appears to be a medical term especially after the 1920s, and describes the fact that an organ is in a different place than it should be i. While defining the term, Şentürk places Albred Dürer's rhinoceros as a reality in the cross section of the fantasy, and regards the horn as a heterotopia ii Different interpretations astonish about heterotopia and it effects a range of disciplines including architecture, interior architecture, psychology, urban studies and film studies.
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