Photographic practices, by revolving around notions of instant, duration, repetition or even flow, visibly question the question of a specific temporality in this medium. Photography offers the illusion of suspended time and has also contributed to that of a dream of eternity. With photography, a new space-time is established, interstitial and neutral, ritualized “out of time”, as if the very moment of the shooting was already a moment outside of reality. Could time be a continuous moment that would chain moments? A series of discontinuous moments? Perhaps, today, we no longer seek to capture privileged moments, those which seem to...
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