Images have always played a part in these processes. Moving and still images represent time and duration and contribute to the organisation of temporality or atemporality in many ways. They may represent the flow of time, or singular moments or – through their subjects, modes of representation, or being objects of preferences or dislikes – stand as signs for the period in which they were produced or shown. Often the material body of the images becomes an indicator of time or a trigger of dynamic experiences of time. By means of their modes of representation, images also facilitate various experiential dimensions of time such as eventful or presentist moments and the stretching or folding of time.
LUGAR/LOCATION/LUOGO: Warburg-Haus, University of Hamburg (Hamburg, Germany)
ORGANIZADOR/ORGANIZER/ORGANIZZATORE: Universität Hamburg