Dr Andrea Thoma
Tutor information is taken from the Module Catalogue
Ardalan, Z., Hoelzl, I., Snauwaert, D. (2012). David Claerbout : the time that remains. Ludion Editions NV.
Baker, G. (2008). Photography's Expanded Field. in Still moving : between cinema and photography. K. Beckman, and Ma, Jean (ed.). Durham & London, Duke University Press. Available as an Online Course reading in the VLE
Balsom, E., Purks, S. and Reynolds, L. Artists’ Moving Image in Britain Since 1989. Yale University Press, 10 September 2019.
Battcock, G. (1968). Minimal art : a critical anthology. New York, E. P. Dutton.
Beckman, K., and Ma, J. (Ed.) (2008). Still moving : between cinema and photography. Durham and London, Duke University Press.
Birnbaum, D. (2005). Chronology. New York, Lukas & Sternberg. Extract available as an Online Course reading in the VLE
Bogues, R. (2003). Deleuze on cinema ISBN: 0415966043 (pbk. : alk. paper); 0415966035 (alk. paper). Routledge.
Bryant, A., and Pollock, G. (Ed.) (2010). Digital and other virtualities : renegotiating the image. London: Tauris.
Campany, D. (2008). Photography and cinema, London: Reaktion.
Campany, D. (Ed.) (2007). The cinematic, London: Whitechapel; Cambridge: Mass., MIT Press.
Cappellazzo, A., Pedrosa, A. & Wollen, P. (Eds.) (2000). Making time : considering time as a material in contemporary video & film. Lake Worth, Palm Beach Institute of Contemporary Art.
Deleuze, G. (1988). Bergsonism. New York, Zone.
Deleuze, G. (1989). Cinema 2: the time image. London, Athlone. Chapter 4 available as an Online Course reading in the VLE
Elsaesser, T., Grimm, M. and Verwoert, J. (2014). Harun Farocki: Diagrams: Images from Ten Films. Verlag der Buchhandlung Walther König.
Fer, B. (2000). Some translucent substance, or the trouble with time. Time and the image. C. Bailey Gill. Manchester and New York, Manchester University Press.
Fer, B. (2004). The infinite line : re-making art after modernism. New Haven, Conn. ; London, Yale University Press. Chapter 4 available as an Online Course reading on the VLE
Green, D. (2006). Marking Time: Photography, Film and Temporalities of the Image. Stillness and time : photography and the moving image. D. Green, and Lowry, Joanna (ed.). Brighton, Photoforum and Photoworks.
Groom, A. (Ed.), (2013). Time. London: Whitechapel; Cambridge: Mass., MIT Press.
Guerlac, S. (2006). Thinking in time : an introduction to Henri Bergson. Ithaca, N.Y. ; London, Cornell University Press.
Flusser, Vilem, (2001), Towards a philosophy of photography, London, Reaction Books.
Harbord, J. (2009). Chris Marker, La Jetée London, Afterall Books.
Kholeif, O. (2015). Moving Image. London: Whitechapel; Cambridge: Mass., MIT Press.
Koepnick, L. (2014). On Slowness: toward an aesthetic of the contemporary. NY: Columbia University Press.
Lee, P. M. (2004). Chronophobia : on time in the art of the 1960's. Cambridge, Mass. ; London, MIT Press.
Leighton, T., Ed. (2008). Art and the moving image : a critical reader. London, Tate Publishing.
Manovich, L. (2001). The language of new media. Cambridge, Mass. and London, MIT Press.
Michaud, P.-A. (Ed.) (2006). Le mouvement des images. Paris, Centre Pompidou.
Mondloch, K. (2010). Screens : viewing media installation art. Minneapolis, University of Minnesota Press.
Morgan, J. and Tate Modern. (2004). Time zones : recent film and video London, Tate Publishing.
Murphy, T. S. (1999). Beneath Relativity: Bergson and Bohm on Absolute Time. The new Bergson. J. Mullarkey. Manchester, Manchester University Press : 66-81. Available as an Online Course reading in the VLE
Rajchman, J. (2008). Deleuze's Time, or How the Cinematic Changes Our Idea of Art. Art and the moving image : a critical reader T. Leighton. London, Tate Publishing.
Ribière, M. and J. Baetens (2001). Time, narrative & the fixed image = Temps, narration & image fixe. Amsterdam, Rodopi.
Sutton, D. (2009). Photography, cinema, memory : the crystal image of time. Minneapolis, University of Minnesota Press.
Verhagen, M. (2008). "Slow Time." Art monthly. July-August 2008(318): 9-12.
Virilio, P. (2007). Art as far as the eye can see. New York, Berg.
Wells, L. (2002). The photography reader London, Routledge. Chapter 1 available as an Online Course reading in the VLE
Online Course Readings
Bal, M, (2000) Sticky Images: the foreshortening of time in an art of duration. FROM: Gill, Carolyn Bailey, Time and the image. pp.79-99. Manchester: Manchester University Press. Available as an Online Course reading in the VLE
This list was last updated on 20/08/2021