(Im)materialising time: taking time

O'Connor, MTS
Yates, A
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Studies in Material Thinking Journal

This special issue (Im)materialising Time for the Studies in Material Thinking Journal assembles a range of journal articles that focus on the materiality – or immateriality – of time. Submissions may take the form of visual or moving image essays or written articles and should explore the materialisation of time through processual practices. This editorial frames up the significance for time and practice in terms of contemporary questions on how we are becoming more concerned with a fractured existence due to the multi-modal temporal forms of expression that inhabit our day to day lives. This editorial '(Im)materialising Time: Taking Time' profiles the thought of continental philosopher Gilles Deleuze in terms of how subjectivity is aways a question of being in time — flowing without separation from this or that everyday horizon.

Time , Media , Creativity , Materiality , Architecture , Art , Design , Performance
Studies in Material Thinking, vol.5((Im)Materialising Time)
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