Multiple Temporalities Base to Understand Artistic Representations of Afro in the Globalization
Afro,Afro Time andRepresentations Afro has been understood as a unified image th t obeys particular t i that b ti l temporal l designs
Bonnie Barthold Black Time: Fiction of Africa, the Caribbean and the United States (1981) African Internal of Linear cyclic time passage time
The above entails… A conception of time as External Vs Internal Unified Universal
Multiple temporalities… Time as sets of processes based on coordination of actions, events, perceptions, di ti f ti t ti natural phenomena and socio-cultural organizations. These processes are multi-scale . It means, t ey they obey to se e a p c p es as several principles instantaneity, simultaneity, networked connections, volatility, multiplicity and complexity.
In that sense… Time is susceptible to be Transmitted Learned Imposed
Artistic Practices and TimeMulti-layered and multi-temporal processes Artist’s T. Observer s Observer’s Work’s T. T.
So…If the artistic representations of Afro cometogether in a network…TheyTh are based on network temporalities: b d t kt liti Overlapping Criss-crossing Coexistence