This collection of 16 essays brings 20th-century French philosopher Henri Bergson's work on immanence together with the latest ideas in art theory and the practice of immanent art as found in painting, photography, film and performance. It places Bergson's work and influence in a wide historical context and applies a rigorous conceptual framework to concepts of rhythmic duration, perception, affectivity, the body, memory and intuition – all of which were first formulated as immanent objects through the work of Bergson. The international, interdisciplinary contributors include Iris van der Tuin, Eric Alliez, Simon O'Sullivan and Howard Caygill.
Subjects: Art & Art History, Film Studies, Philosophy
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