Andrea Kunard's talk focuses on contemporary Canadian photography and the various ways artists express changing notions of time in their imagery. A range of works will be discussed, from documentary projects of the seventies to more recent digital images. As we move further and further away from analogue photography, certain questions arise about our social investment in the photographic print. How or will this change as we move to a fluid digital world of virtual imagery? Some ideas to be addressed include the changing relationship of photography to memory; shifting boundaries of place in a digital world; and challenges to ideas of authorship and authority.