One of the recurrent objections to photography has been that it fails to convey senses of the body in motion. Arguably technologies of images which show or represent movement have supplied this lack. What, though, is the status of these senses of movement? Are they truthful representations or deceptions produced by the spectator? How is the spectator implicated in making sense of images of movement? How do different practices, of film or televisual imagery, expose or alter this activity of the spectator? How have so-called moving images changed senses of space and time? The course will review these among other problematics of the compehension and use of images of and/or in movement.