NOTE: Paper titles are subject to change.

9:30am | Opening Remarks 

Hannah Thomson | UCLA Department of Art History

Miwon Kwon | Professor and Chair, UCLA Department of Art History

10:00am | “It’s About Time!”: Horology and Ritual 

Anthony Meyer | UCLA Department of Art History (moderator)

Abigail Rapoport | University of Pennsylvania

Floating Clocks in Pieter Saenredam’s Reformed Dutch Church Interiors

Lilit Sadoyan | University of California, Santa Barbara

Only Time Will Tell: Clocks and Domestic Splendor in Eighteenth-Century France

Kiersten Mounce | University of Delaware

Temporality, Structure, and Treatment at the Government Hospital for the Insane 

11:45am | Artists with Time to Kill: Modern and Contemporary Challenges to Temporality

Sayantan Mukhopadhyay | UCLA Department of Art History (moderator)

Carrie Miller | University of Colorado at Boulder

Translating Time: Doris Salcedo and Archives of Memory

Gabriel Schaffzin | University of California, San Diego

Time Bandits: Subverting Precarity, One Wrist at a Time

Hannah Kahng | University of California, Los Angeles

Boredom’s Erotics

2:15pm | The Life and Times of Visual Culture 

Franka Horvat | UCLA Department of Art History (moderator)

Breton Langendorfer | University of Pennsylvania

Assyrian Entropy: Time, Myth, and Destruction in the Palace Relief Programs

Kaylee Alexander | Duke University

The Space in Which We Live: Place and Time in the Early Christian Catacomb 

Nathan Jones | Columbia University

‘The World is a Sucked Orange’: Pavilions of Virtual Experience 

3:45pm | Keynote Address 

Introduction by JoAnna Reyes Walton | UCLA Department of Art History

Dylan Miner | Director of American Indian and Indigenous Studies, Michigan State University

Decolonizing Temporalities: Art, Anticolonialism, and Aztlán

4:45pm | Concluding Remarks

Rebecca Wolff | UCLA Department of Art History

Bronwen Wilson | Professor and Faculty Advisor, UCLA Department of Art History