A pataphysical inspired project, comparing 30 public speeches given by George Bush Jr and Mahatma Gandhi. Acoustical studies performed around the 1930′s explored public speakers’ intonation, pitch and pronunciation as a means to subliminally assist in garnering support for their causes. In order to further understand how and why a large percentage of Americans are avid supporters of George Bush Jr and Mahatma Gandhi, I applied similar techniques used in the original acoustical experiments. Results were documented in thirty separate volumes, each one representing two speeches, one by George Bush Jr and the other Mahatma Gandhi.
Acoustical Experiments Launch Project
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