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The Joan and Martin Goldfarb Summer Institute explores Slowness, Not Sedation

Speed is a defining aspect of contemporary society, whereas slowness has often been dismissed as conservative and anti-modern.  But slowness helps us to register the multiple layers of time, history and motion that constitute our present. The field of art history and criticism has a long-standing, well-considered commitment to theorizing how art relates to slower […]