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In: Antoni van Leeuwenhoek
In: Antoni van Leeuwenhoek
In: Antoni van Leeuwenhoek
In: Antoni van Leeuwenhoek
In: KronoScope
In: Antoni van Leeuwenhoek
The 2020 Brill Online Journal Collection Biology gives access to the online content available back to the year 2000 of Brill´s 2020 Biology journal program.

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The 2021 Brill Online Journal Collection Biology gives access to the online content available back to the year 2000 of Brill´s 2021 Biology journal program.

Features and benefits
  • full text search
  • extensive linking
  • navigation tools
  • full text PDF downloads
  • saving and printing facilities
  • COUNTER compliant usage statistics


  • In 2021 Brill offers the following Journal Collections:

    • Brill Journal Collection (offers access to Brill’s complete 2021 journal program)
    • Brill Humanities & Social Sciences Journal Collection
    • Brill International Law & Human Rights Journal Collection
    • Brill Biology Journal Collection
    • Brill Asian Studies Journal Collection
    • Brill Languages, Linguistics and Literature Journal Collection
    • Brill Middle East & Islamic Studies Journal Collection
    • Brill Philosophy Studies Journal Collection
    • Brill Religious Studies Journal Collection
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Abstract

Time and its representation have been historically fascinating, as Books of Hours, allegories, and artistic calendars testify. This attention to time has become increasingly more urgent recently, as studies confirm. The exhibition Dall’oggi al domani (From Today till Tomorrow), held in Rome in 2016, focused on the discrete single day, with its date and its 24- hour rhythm. The article addresses the main aspects of that exhibition, its historical background, the conceptual attraction for calendars’ grids, the interest of artists in the everyday, the processing of daily digital traces, time-lapse, and 24/7 formats. Artworks were displayed according to their affinity towards time rhythms, time words, dates, calendars, and diaries. Although the itinerary of the show was not chronological, some historical clusters emerged: for example, the importance of the pivotal year 1966 in time consideration.

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