Time and Temporality in Medieval and Early Modern Art
Lieu : The Open University of Israel, Raanana
Date(s) : 18–19 mai 2016
Date limite de réponse à l’appel : 31 décembre 2015
This conference strives to expand the existing body of research by exploring the inventive nature of forms and ways of reckoning time in art. We hope papers will consider questions such as: What is the phenomenology of works of art representing ever-stretching, eternal, or circular time? How has the idea of linear and progressive historical time been appropriated or challenged in artistic objects and works? What is the nature of the artwork when submitted to different regimes of historical temporality? What are the specific artistic devices that give form to past appropriation and temporal experience? What is the nature of the work of art that records the passage of time in nature? How has the notion of time been used for purposes of patronage and identity?