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    Obama ... who?
    http://www.wolfsonian.org/exhibition...democrazy.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by UncleAsh
    I saw that the other day too... i even put it on the blog

    what is that exactly?

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    Read the link there...is that supposed to be mock up poster as a work of art? Cuz she looks a little young to be running for president, that's all I'm sayin'

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    I didn't recognize her at first, but the women in the poster is Sharon Stone.

    From the release:

    Democrazy examines the manipulative strategies of political communication, incorporating issues of fame, the power of media, and the role of democracy. Generously sponsored by Yvon Lambert Gallery, Paris. Presented in conjunction with Thoughts on Democracy.

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    Well, I stand corrected. Sharon Stone is defintely old enough to be president.

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    Patricia Hill = Sharon Stone
    ... wow?!

    Democrazy is based on a fictional election campaign with two hypothetical candidates. A video project, the installation consists of two election ads played concurrently, featuring the theoretical candidates, who have different political visions. The candidates are played by media superstars, both poised to become the quintessential twenty-first century leader: Hollywood actress Sharon Stone and French philosopher and author Bernard-Henri Lévy.

    The ads were produced in collaboration with teams of political experts, one led by Mark McKinnon, George W. Bush's media advisor in 2004, and the other by Jim Mulhall, part of Bill Clinton's creative team in 1996.
    The ads, with their on-point, extremely precise, and seductive messages, highlight the candidates' popularity, confidence, and their seductive capacity to use the media to bolster their images.
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