January 21, 2009
Time Slip

Time Slip by Antoine Schmitt is a generative work which exists so far in the form of a light installation and a web page. The work subverts the meaning in RSS news feeds.

On the screen or on a public display, a news ticker constantly displays scrolling textual news, but these news are conjugated at the future tense : “the NASDAQ will drop 4.3 points today”, “A plane crash in Madrid will kill 153 people”, “The Giants will crush the RedSocks 10 to 3″.. Apart from the tense of the verbs, all the news are completely true…

Originally seen on the Spectre mailing list.

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