Time through mediating practices and apparatuses
Keywords:Time, Apparatus, Post-photography, Networked-image, Digital culture
Circulation, aggregation, computation or commodification are increasingly used terms when discussing current image-based artistic production. With temporal continuities and discontinuities being explored through the use of digital tools or purpose-built mechanisms, artists and researchers have been reflecting upon photography’s timely and untimely nature by, among other strategies, questioning categories and (re)addressing post-photographic practices.
From the framework presented in Archivo Papers Journal 2:1, within a volume dedicated to the theme “Shaping Time”, this issue gathers a selection of papers and portfolios that we can relate to the Agambenian broad definition of apparatus. Simultaneously, these proposals configure conceptual and visual perspectives that delve into mediation practices, both informing and transforming our relations to present time.
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