[SydPhil] Reminder: Thursday 23rd May: Amelia Groom on Time in Photography
matt.farr at sydney.edu.au
Wed May 22 14:39:17 AEST 2013
We have a bonus Foundations of Physics seminar tomorrow, on the relationship between philosophy of time and photography. Details as follows:
Speaker: Amelia Groom (Sydney)
Title: Still Moving: Duration and the Instant in Photography.
Abstract: Photographs are often read as slices into continuity that isolate an instant from the flow of time. Drawing examples from contemporary art, nineteenth century photography, and proto-photos that predate the invention of the camera, this paper considers examples where duration is inscribed in the photographic image. Rather than suspending transience, the images I look to straddle object and process, simultaneity and sequence, dynamism and stasis. The research forms part of a broader investigation of non-teleological time in art, for my doctoral dissertation in art history.
Time: Thursday 23rd May, 11:30-13:00
Location: Philosophy Common Room, Main Quad - A14, University of Sydney.
Everyone is welcome!
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All the best
DR MATT FARR | Postdoctoral Research Fellow
New Agendas for the Study of Time<http://newagendasstudyoftime.wordpress.com/> | Centre for Time
School of Philosophical and Historical Inquiry | Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences
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