When Art Informs Life


I just came across an article in Esquire Magazine that featured work by R. Luke Dubois who had a brilliant idea.  He took every president’s State of the Union Address and analyzed the most common words.  He then put them into a backlit eye chart by frequency.  I think it speaks for itself.  Check out other presidents through time at his website.  The collection is called “Hindsight is 20/20”.






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One Response to “When Art Informs Life”

  1. Rosy Says:

    Wow, Prof. Hardon I didn’t know you were so cultured. Looking at the past presidential hindsights is another reminder of how much America loves being in a state of fear and viewing the world as us versus them. I much prefer your version of UvT.

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