zeitgeisty

zeitgeisty

(ˈzaɪtˌɡaɪstɪ)
adj
slang of, relating to, or typical of the zeitgeist
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It's zeitgeisty and smartly written, yet rather unsatisfying.
What's great about the art selfie craze is that it efficiently harnesses other, less blatant, but still very zeitgeisty tributaries to the culture: irony in the face of high art; camera-conscious vanity; the obsession with statistical measurement (each match is given a percentage rating); online flirtation (if Google says you look like a Titian, you're texting your love interest with the news, I guarantee it -- and it's safer than sexting); digital excavation (the internet's startling ability to unearth hidden treasures); and, of course, the naughty thrill -- truly, a hallmark of our time -- of signing over some crucial piece of your identity to a corporate behemoth, purely on trust, and for the most frivolous of reasons.
She is consistent in her aesthetic, adding zeitgeisty elements to her sound without being dictated by them.
Traditional broadcasters are trending down at the Globes, but one of the best bets would be ABC's zeitgeisty comedy, which draws acclaim for its take on social issues as much as its humor.
He weaves page-turning action with zeitgeisty themes like gene-hacked crops, famine, drought, rising water levels, geisha sexbots with human emotions, and public-relations 'doubt factories' that defend corporate profits at the cost of lives.
Now, a recently published compilation, The Completely Unfabulous Social Life of Ethan Green, will readers to rekindle their friendship with the quirky characters of the zeitgeisty strip.
3) Mattila inevitably succumbs to presenting diagnoses of the state of the nation and looks to both artists for zeitgeisty interpretations of contemporary Chinese culture through art.
His interpretations swap out the originals' zeitgeisty productions for effortless, toy-like sounds made by a Casio keyboard.
These works' antiquated, low-tech quality and the artist's conspicuous investment of long hours of manual labor contrast sharply with more zeitgeisty aesthetics, modes of fabrication, and artistic strategies.
to talk about all this in a zeitgeisty way" (Bordwell, 2008, p.
In foregrounding the functions and forms of consciousness in Wordsworth's Poetry, Hartman was part of a Zeitgeisty movement together with fellow mental-travellers such as de Man and Bloom, as in the collective volume Romanticism and Consciousness.