There Is No Now: An Archaeology of Contemporaneity
Drawing together discourses on contemporaneity and new materialisms, the essay examines a material conception of time, making it possible to develop a critique of the philosophical discourse on presence. Claiming that “there is no now,” Ebeling develops an archaeology of contemporaneity where the traces of the present can only be secured through visual or material operations, not historical ones.
4 ¾ x 7 ½ in. / 104 pp
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AARHUS UNIVERSITY, DENMARK