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Panel 2: Generating Time in the Arts

How does the specific temporality of a material determine the artistic work because, for example, it requires a particularly fast or a very long processing time? How does the temporality of art relate to the material of artefacts? How does a (constantly changing) understanding of the arts change the view of their materials and, conversely, how does the engagement with materiality shape the understanding of the arts? It may be a concern of art to "control", to "master" the materials and thus also to influence their temporality – but is it possible at all to control temporal processes of the material or do temporal-material dynamics break through here?

6 JULY 2023

10:00-10:30 | Check-In

10:30-11:30 | Silentium! The Codex as a Time Capsule

Anita Traninger, EXC TC
Response: Michail Leivadiotis, EXC TC

11:30-12:30 | Fragilities: Time and Materials in a More-Than-Human World

Shannon Jackson, UC Berkeley
Response: Friederike Schäfer, EXC TC

12:30-14:00 | Lunch Break

14:00-15:00 | Snakes and Matters: The Entangled Temporalities of Early Medieval English Heroic and Elegiac Poetry

Andrew James Johnston, EXC TC
Response: Rebecca Hardie, EXC TC