Philip Miller | The Refusal of Time

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The Refusal of Time

by Philip Miller

Contemporary soundtrack of the multimedia artwork of William Kentridge
Genre: Classical: Contemporary
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1. Metronome
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2. Counting Time
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3. Dance Mécanique
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4. How Do We Know We Are in Time?
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5. A Universal Archive of Images
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6. Pumping Through the Streets of Paris
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7. Hold Your Breath Against Time
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8. Greenwich Meridian
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9. Black Hole
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10. Shembe Death March
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A work in progress in the truest sense,The Refusal of Time continues and deepens the polymorphic, dreamlike, political and humanist body of work developed by Kentridge from his very earliest days as an artist. An installation with performance elements, The Refusal of Time was conceived by Kentridge and science historian Peter Galison for Documenta (13) - 2012 in Kassel, Germany - and realized in collaboration with video filmmaker Catherine Meyburgh and composer Philip Miller. Time in its various manifestations--narrative, fragmented, slowed down and speeded up; distortions of space-time; simultaneity--is explored through various media, including dance, film, music and spoken word.


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