Other Voices, v.2, n.3 (January 2005)
Copyright © 2005, Other Voices/Mikhail Iampolski, all rights reserved.
This lecture is about the suspension of time and the moment that does not belong to temporality. It is a moment of suspended meaning, which paradoxically opens the way to sense. Materials explored include works by Lukacs, Kracauer, Andre Bazin and a several films.
Resource: A Form of Time and a Moment of Kairos (Part 1)
Resource: A Form of Time and a Moment of Kairos (Part 2)
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Mikhail Iampolski is Associate Professor of Comparative Literature, Russian and Slavic Studies at New York University. His main area of research is the theory of visual representation. His latest book The Memory of Tiresias was published by the University of Calfornia Press in 1998.