Auteurs : Groom, Amelia (Direction)

Lieu de publication : Londre ; Cambridge ( Massachusetts)

Éditeur : Whitechapel Gallery ; MIT Press

Collection : Documents of contemporary art

Date de publication : 2013

ISBN : 9780262519663

Langue : Anglais

Description : 236 p. ; 21 cm.

Notes : Bibliogr. : p.226-231. Index

Sujets :
Perception du temps
Temps (Philosophie)
Temps dans l'art
Arts - Philosophie et théorie
Arts - 21e siècle
Arts - 20e siècle

Dépouillement du document :
Before. The shape of time / George Kubler --
Never the same river (Possible futures, probable pasts) / Simon Starling --
Before the image, before time: the sovereignty of anachronism / Georges Didi-Huberman --
The plural temporality of the work of art / Alexander Nagel and Christopher Wood --
This is tomorrow (and other modernist myths) / Elena Filipovic --
This is so contemporary! / Amelia Groom --
Life and death / Geoffrey Batchen --
Time and eternity / Augustine --
Uji (Existence-Time) / Dogen Zenji --
A time apart / Paul Chan --
Paul Chan's The 7 lights / Daniel Birnbaum --
The trouble with timelines / Daniel Rosenberg --
Sticky images: the foreshortening of time in an art of duration / Mieke Bal --
Beyond time / Michel Siffre --
The tyranny of the clock / George Woodcock --
A minor history of time without clocks / Joshua Foer --
The refusal of time / Peter L. Galison --
Still being: a conversation about time in art / Antony Gormley and Michael Newman --
Shells and time / Italo Calvino. During. What is the contemporary? / Giorgio Agamben --
A step out of time: Sylvia Sleigh's extraordinary 'history pictures' / Quinn Latimer --
Contractions of time: on social practice from a temporal perspective / Nato Thompson --
When time becomes form / Marina Abramovic --
Thought of duration / Adrian Heathfield --
Matter and memory / Henri Bergson --
Intuition as method / Gilles Deleuze --
Points of suspension / Matthew Buckingham and Joachim Koester --
The technique of the present / Jean-Luc Nancy --
Some times of space / Doreen Massey --
Recomposing the digital present / Timothy Barker --
Timeliness / Karen Archey --
Time frame / Nancy Spector --
The split of the unconscious: 24-hour psycho / Philip Monk --
A note on the time / Dexter Sinister --
The theatre of illusion / Hans Belting --
Clock time / Rosalind Krauss --
Slow (Fast) modern / Yve-Alain Bois --
A new refutation of time / Jorge Luis Borges --
Comrades of time / Boris Groys --
Sisyphus / Amelia Groom. After. Science and the humanities: the case of Turner / Michel Serres --
Conversations on science, culture and time / Michel Serres and Bruno Latour --
We have never been modern / Bruno Latour --
After the future / Franco 'Bifo' Berardi --
In free fall: a thought experiment on vertical perspective / Hito Steyerl --
Becoming ... an introduction / Elizabeth Grosz --
Women's time / Emily Apter --
Towards a futurology of the present: notes on writing, movement and time / Marco Cuevas-Hewitt --
On infinity / Lee Ufan --
Present future / Brian Dillon --
Plankton in the sea: a few questions regarding the qualities of time / Raqs Media Collective --
Future arrivals / Daniel Birnbaum --
A personal history with science: in conversation with Adnan Yildiz / Toril Johannessen --
Marking time / Rachel Kent --
Geographies of time / Trevor Paglen --
The joy of space-time and other fantasies / nova Milne --
The midlister / Mark von Schlegell --
The dust mite and the widgets / Michael Stevenson and Jan Verwoert.

Résumé :
This anthology contextualizes art that proposes alternatives to the models of linear time that have underpinned both capitalism and progressive modernity. Contemporary art has explored such diverse registers of temporality as ‘wasting and waiting; regression and repetition; déjà vu and seriality; unrealized possibility and idleness; non-consummation and counter-productivity; the belated and the premature; the disjointed and the out-of-synch – all of which go against sequentialist time and index slips in chronological experience.’ While theorists such as Giorgio Agamben and Mieke Bal have proposed ‘polychronic’, ‘heterochronic’ or ‘anachronic’ readings of history, artists have opened up the field of time to the extent that the very notion of the contemporary is brought into question. [editor summary]

Collection : Bibliothèque de l'École nationale de cirque

Localisation : Bibliothèque

Cote : 700.484 G8765t 2013

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