ultracasual

ultracasual

(ˌʌltrəˈkæʒʊəl)
adj
extremely casual
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As an ultracasual place, the sodas they pull out of the cooler in the dining room might just be served in the bottle.
Mention must also be made of the two excellent, albeit contrasting, videos: Spectrum, 2009, the ultracasual and slightly eldritch modulation of screen-saver hues by Gina Folly and Hannah Weinberger, and Ei Arakawa's Tbilisi Grand Openings, 2006, which is based on a scenario by Grand Openings (the collaboration of Arakawa, Jutta Koether, and Emily Sundblad) enacted in Tbilisi and then discussed, or rather narrated, by Daniel Baumann at Performa 09 in New York.