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The New, the Old and the Media of the Future By Ida Hiršenfelder
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Media art curator and critic Ida Hiršenfelder writes about Antoine Schmitt’s project Time Slip and his main past and recent works. Time Slip is a LED news ticker operating in real time:... More > a computer software transcribes official online news released by news agencies, changing the past tense to the future tense. In doing this, it constructs an ambiguous relation between the present, the past and the potential by displaying a continuous streaming of “new” news. Time Slip raises an issue that is central in Antoine Schmitt’s work, i.e. the relation between cause, effect, randomness and free will: reading news about facts that have already happened disallows the audience’s ability to be active about them; whereas, oppositely, reading news about the future raises anxiety and shows how the mass media proceed to produce submissive citizens, as opposed to informing them.< Less
The New, the Old and the Media of the Future By Ida Hiršenfelder
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Media art curator and critic Ida Hiršenfelder writes about Antoine Schmitt’s project Time Slip and his main past and recent works. Time Slip is a LED news ticker operating in real time:... More > a computer software transcribes official online news released by news agencies, changing the past tense to the future tense. In doing this, it constructs an ambiguous relation between the present, the past and the potential by displaying a continuous streaming of “new” news. Time Slip raises an issue that is central in Antoine Schmitt’s work, i.e. the relation between cause, effect, randomness and free will: reading news about facts that have already happened disallows the audience’s ability to be active about them; whereas, oppositely, reading news about the future raises anxiety and shows how the mass media proceed to produce submissive citizens, as opposed to informing them.< Less
Honour of Kings Spanish 2 By Ellen Gerwitz
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Honour of Kings Spanish II provides 20 weekly lessons, seven tests, and a final exam. This text reviews the basic concepts learned in Spanish I while also introducing new grammar concepts. Students... More > will continue to build skills in fluency by following a logical, mastery approach to the language. Practice in reading, writing, vocabulary,and translation is included in the text. By the end of this second year of Spanish, students should be comfortable using the present, past, and future verb tenses along with other intermediate grammar concepts.< Less
Honour of Kings Spanish 2 By Ellen Gerwitz
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Honour of Kings Spanish II provides 20 weekly lessons, seven tests, and a final exam. This text reviews the basic concepts learned in Spanish I while also introducing new grammar concepts. Students... More > will continue to build skills in fluency by following a logical, mastery approach to the language. Practice in reading, writing, vocabulary,and translation is included in the text. By the end of this second year of Spanish, students should be comfortable using the present, past, and future verb tenses along with other intermediate grammar concepts.< Less
Honour of Kings Spanish 2 Answer Key By Ellen Gerwitz
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This is the ANSWER KEY to the textbook HONOUR OF KINGS SPANISH 2. This text can be purchased via our website at www.honourofkings.com. Honour of Kings Spanish II provides 20 weekly lessons, seven... More > tests, and a final exam. This text reviews the basic concepts learned in Spanish I while also introducing new grammar concepts. Students will continue to build skills in fluency by following a logical, mastery approach to the language. Practice in reading, writing, vocabulary,and translation is included in the text. By the end of this second year of Spanish, students should be comfortable using the present, past, and future verb tenses along with other intermediate grammar concepts.< Less