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A Space without a Time

by Ostermyers
" The time of time’s absence has no present, no presence. The time of time’s absence is not dialectical. The reversal which, in time’s abscence, point us constantly back to the presence of abscence. The dead present is the impossibility of making any presence real. Here fascination reigns and fascination is passion for the image. Fascination is solitude’s gaze." – Eleanor Kaufman, Deleuze, The Dark Precursor: Dialectic, Structure, Being. According to these words that we could use for cinema. I will try to make a list about films where space is dissociating to the time. Or the absence ( or non-linear vision which has the same aspect ) of… Read more

" The time of time’s absence has no present, no presence. The time of time’s absence is not dialectical. The reversal which, in time’s abscence, point us constantly back to the presence of abscence. The dead present is the impossibility of making any presence real. Here fascination reigns and fascination is passion for the image. Fascination is solitude’s gaze." – Eleanor Kaufman, Deleuze, The Dark Precursor: Dialectic, Structure, Being.
According to these words that we could use for cinema. I will try to make a list about films where space is dissociating to the time. Or the absence ( or non-linear vision which has the same aspect ) of time, highlights its relation to space. In many ways ( Zeitgeist-like, Allegory…)

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