(1) They allow us, for a while, to indulge in a fantasy of futurism .(2) But don't file it under futurism , because this future is now.(3) The art of painting the sensation of flying, aeropittura, came to dominate 1930s futurism , but is still little known here.(4) But there's something awfully deriative about them, a mish-mash of cubism, constructivism, futurism , vorticism, Merz and more.(5) Only now are we entering a new stage, ├ö├ç├┐trans-gravity├ö├ç├û, when the complex systems developed by earthbound architects and the ambitions of government agencies and scientists will all collide in a cloud of dazzling futurism .(6) From this standpoint, the city's monstrous caricature of futurism is simply shrewd marketing.(7) He makes a good point about sci-fi's wrong futurism at the start.(8) As their music spoke of futurism and electronics (and everything did in those days), their tinny little keyboards were being pushed to the limits of technology and cracking under the strain.(9) It's also kind of obvious as well, speaking more about contemporary notions of futurism - and how those notions have migrated away from marginal audiences into the mainstream - than any actual manifestation of the ├ö├ç├┐future├ö├ç├û.(10) I can only presume that even when it comes to NASA they think the public prefers nostalgic futurism to Ridley Scott.(11) Butler's futurism similarly intensifies the contradictions of modern society.(12) As with all terribles simplificateurs, some of his ideas are, at least, suggestive. For example, among the characteristic features of disintegrating civilisations he finds the conjoined twins of archaism and futurism .(13) It reminded me just how inaccurate science fiction and futurism inevitably are.(14) Emotional disconnect, man-machine sexual politics, dystopian futurism , German electronic-music fetishes - Bowie was post-millennial before we even hit 1980.(15) There was the Manhattan skyline, stretched out like a diorama, from the World Trade Center's towers to Riverside Church, with the timeless futurism of the spires of the Empire State Building and the Chrysler Building crowning midtown.(16) Although the dawn of futurism invited greater emphasis on modes of production than on commercialization, and playwright Denise Clarke twists her focus to be more justly feminine, Breeder owes clear ancestry.