Senses of Time: Video and Film-Based Arts of Africa

@article{Milbourne2015SensesOT,
  title={Senses of Time: Video and Film-Based Arts of Africa},
  author={Karen E. Milbourne and Mary (Polly) Nooter Roberts and Allen F. Roberts},
  journal={African Arts},
  year={2015},
  volume={48},
  pages={72-84}
}
More than fifty years ago, the art historian George Kubler wrote that time is, “like mind, not knowable as such” (1962:13).1 Kubler was concerned with human difficulties in understanding time other than by looking back upon the material record to assess processes of change and permanence. He did not, however, question how time is conceived in situation-specific modes or how it might play out differently based on location. We do live in a world made up of multiple times. Reproductive “clocks… 
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