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By Victor Burgin, David Campany, Mary Anne Doane, Jonathan Friday, David Green, Yve Lomax, Joanna Lowry, Laura Mulvey, Kaja Silverman, Garrett Stewart

ISBN-10: 1903796180

ISBN-13: 9781903796184

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Indeed , thinki ng stillness in this way does not hring my thinking to a halt; on the co ntra ry, it invites my thinking to go with becoming in itself, which is nothing but the turning of time where chance is given a chance, wh ich is what marks time's res is ta nce to bana lity. Nothi ng of the present happens in the meanwhile yet what this e mpty time does is to prevent becoming - and pure potentia li ty - fro m being ('xhausted in actua lisatio n; indeed , it ca n be sa id that with this e m pty tim e th cre is a resista nce to the present that keeps becomin g - the emergence of a new world - from never ending.

The melancholy which co ncerns Ben jam in is that induced by h istory, not black bi le. He also offers a very different de finition of allegory than hi s artistic predecessor. The tropes assembl ed by Durer - like those earlier deployed by Pl ato and the Chris tia n Chu rch fathers - have a pre·given mea ning, one underwritten by m imesis. Those upon wh ich Benj amin shines his critical light have ne ither of these guarantees. They constitute the ' ru in s' of signification - a ' petrified' landscape, in whicb meaning no longer resides.

1846. 4 IOld. 11\ I y" 1111111'.. \, 'The expressive coherence due to the length of time the subject had to remain still' says Orlik of early photography 'is the main reason. why these photographs, apart from their simpiicity, resemble well drawn or pam ted p,ct"res and produce a more lasting impression on the beholder than more . ' The proced"re itself caused the subject to foc"s hIS life ,n the moment rather thal1 hurrying past it: d"ring the considerable period of the expos"re, the subject as it were grew into the picture, in the sharpest contrast with appearance in a snapshot ...

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