the cost of such a lavish affair may be a matter of some immateriality to the wedding planner, but not to the person who has to foot the bill
Recent Examples on the WebGrosse uses industrial spray paint on thin fabric, which is hung, not stretched, giving the painting a kind of liminal immateriality.
Louis Menand, The New Yorker, 29 July 2019 This is a small, quiet show that potently traverses realms of materiality and immateriality, connecting ideas about what’s seen and unseen, and what’s in-between.
Gayle Clemans, The Seattle Times, 7 Aug. 2018 In her immateriality, Melania well represents the status of women under Trump — absent, frozen out, erased from the picture.
Rhonda Garelick, The Cut, 11 June 2018 For all their seeming immateriality, the internet and the cloud rely on a vast industrial infrastructure consisting of data centers linked through a sprawling network of fiber optics.
James Glanz, New York Times, 18 Sep. 2017
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