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Joshua Davis / Praystation

Basé à New York, Joshua Davis est un artiste et designer renommé. Travaillant aussi bien pour des entreprises que des collectionneurs ou des institutions, il utilise l'ordinateur comme média pour des créations uniques.

Après des études au Pratt Institute à Brooklyn, où il étudie l'histoire de l'art et l'illustration, Joshua Davis se tourne vers le webdesign.

Sa connaissance des langages de scripts lui permettront de créer un art computationnel, ou le hasard de la création se mélange avec la logique de la programmation, à la manière de Jackson Pollock qui ne touche plus la toile et laisse dégouliner la peinture.

Joshua Davis, c'est l'adéquation parfaite de l'artiste avec son temps, se servant de la technologie à sa portée pour la transformer en création.

Aujourd'hui, ses oeuvres interactives ont été exposées au Design Museum de Londres au MOMA de New York ou encore au Centre Pompidou à Paris. Ne manquez pas de découvrir son site internet -Praystation- qui vient d'être mis à jour avec une nouvelle interface aux couleurs dynamiques.

Publié le 07/05/2006


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    Boran
    15 November

    At this point, I think its unlikely that the Democrats will cotornl Congress in 2012. Right now I would say it is even money on whether or not Mr. Obama will still be in the White House by 2012. He may well be impeached before then.Right now this is the "Bush economy." Obama was elected to fix the "Bush economy." I estimate that by the middle of 2010 this will become the "Ibama economy." In other words, blame Bush only goes so far. At that point the Democrats and Obama may decide to bring charges against Bush and his team and put them all in jail. This should be easy. After all no one likes them. But will this be enough to keep Obama and his allies in power.Unless the economy improves markedly by the middle of 2010 the Democrats will likely face an uphill climb. As I see it they would have two options. These are that somehow someway Obama's policies succeed where they have never succeeded before or he intends to use the police and the military to stay in power. Right now I don't envision them cooperating with his agenda but you never know. This seems like the only chance for Obama and the Democrats to remain in power past 2012. As Louie points out, the Republicans would greatly help themselves by running against Bush. I think they could also point out how Obama and Bush are alot alike. They both like massive deficit spending and massive meddling in areas where they have no business. Unfortunately this will be very difficult for them to do, as the party leadership has a center left mindset.

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