Image Imminent was a place holder message Harris received when researching online for a picture relating to a lecture. Like a silent movie’s intertitle, it announced the arrival of the next picture. Today’s society doesn’t like to wait for images, we flip, click, pin and share them. The value of an image has become equally measured by its power to multiply and travel as it is by its uniqueness. This lecture explores image and time, and the journey that Goya, Eisenstein and Longo’s imagery has taken—how it was produced within the limits and innovations of the technology available at their points in history, and how it developed through subsequent translation, reproduction and documentation.